Travis Scott seemed to be keeping an eye on his fans during a recent stop in Dallas, Texas, where he brought his Utopia Circus Maximus Tour earlier this week.
A clip from the October 18 show, filmed by someone in the audience, began to circulate on social networks. In the short video, a fan in the crowd falls to the ground while there appears to be an interaction with security.
“The one thing you won’t do is kick a fan out,” Scott shouted from the stage at the American Airlines Center in Dallas as the music stopped. -You won’t do this, brother. You’re not going to do this. You retreat. Back off, brother. She’s just having fun. You support this bullshit. Let her just have a good time.”
“This is a woman,” he said. — You don’t grab women that much, OK?
The security guard in question shook hands with the fan being protected by the rapper, who stood on the platform for a moment to get the crowd moving before moving back down to the floor.
Last week, Scott rescheduled his tour date at the last minute. According to local reports, he played a sold-out show at the PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina on October 13, but when audience members arrived at the arena the next night for his second PNC show, they were told it had just happened. canceled. The arena asked fans to hold on to their tickets, which will be issued at a future date to be determined.
Watch him call a security guard at the Dallas show below, and watch a clip of Scott’s performance posted on Instagram. He heads to Denver, Colorado for his next tour on October 22nd.