Travis Scott dubbed as ‘Good Boy’ as he pauses concert to stop fans from climbing truss

The ‘Highest in the Room’ hitmaker won the heart of the Internet after he was spotted urging to his fans to get down from the lighting structure


                            Travis Scott dubbed as ‘Good Boy’ as he pauses concert to stop fans from climbing truss
Travis Scott paused his Coney Island concert after fans kept climbing a truss during his set (Photos by [email protected]/ConcertsbyRap)
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Travis Scott, who is currently facing multiple billion-dollar lawsuits for the unfortunate Astroworld tragedy, seemed to have learned from his mistakes as he paused his Coney Island concert on July 4 mid-way after a few of his fans from the live audience climbed up the truss.
 
The ‘Highest in the Room’ hitmaker won the heart of the Internet after he was spotted urging his fans to get down from the lighting structure. One of the rapper's fans dressed in a Spider-Man outfit even dangled upside down with his feet hooked in the bars. Travis Scott’s latest performance came as a part of the Independence Day event at Coney Art Walls. The line-up also included Meek Mill, DJ Spade, and Chase B.
 
 
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Travis Scott pauses concert to help out fans

Several videos and photos went viral on Twitter where Travis Scott can be seen requesting his fans to safely get down from the truss. He reportedly requested the audience to get back and also asked if they were okay. Travis’ employee Chase while handling the tricky situation said, “Hey, yo, listen, we need y'all to get down” adding, “If that s**t collapses, bro, it will be a bad vibe. We do not need that right now.” He further requested, “Respectfully, you guys got to get down.” They reportedly listened to Travis and got down from the truss as the show continued.
 
The 31-year-old rap icon landed himself in a soup back in November 2021 when 10 people died at his Astroworld concert due to compression asphyxia during a massive crowd surge. In the lawsuit filed, Travis Scott is accused of injuring almost 5,000 people, with 732 being listed as severely injured. For the uninitiated, almost 50,000 people attended the Astroworld Festival at NRG Park in November.
 

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‘Good boy, learned from your mistakes’

Social media users did not waste any time in reacting to Travis Scott’s latest gesture at the concert. “Travis Scott paused his show at Coney Island last night, after two fans were dangling from a truss. One even had on a Spider-Man outfit. Looks like Travis learned from the Astroworld Festival backlash”, said one user as another posted, “People on railings at the Travis Scott concert in Coney Island ... Have people learned nothing from Astroworld?”
 
One fan claimed, “Indeed we learn from our mistakes” as another mentioned, “Here we go again smh travis did not make these ppl climb jump fences or rage if his music makes you act a fool do not attend the concert if you can not act properly.” The next one tweeted, “Good boy, learned from your mistakes”, as an individual concluded, “What is it with the crowd going completely apeshit and doing crazy ass dangerous stunts at his shows? I mean it’s bad enough that he didn’t do anything at Astro World but even now this looks bad. Just simmer the hell down and enjoy the damn show not go f**king ballistic!”

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