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Travis Scott jumps in to protect fan who climbed on stage from security

Aside from some saving a rowdy fan from a high-key beatdown, Scott previewed a brand-new track, "Astroworld," during the set.


Kahron Spearman


Travis Scott is out here saving fans from massive body slams from security.

 

In the middle of a set with Quavo at the Rolling Loud Festival in Miami, a fan climbed on stage to join the Missouri City, Houston rapper. However, the beefy security set had other, physically problematic ideas for the unidentified fan, ready to stuff his stage raid.

Security, don't you touch him. I got you. Turn the lights on.

As the fan was thrown down, and one of the security thugs went to kick him, Scott held his arms out to stop the guards from seizing the fan and roughly ushering him off of the stage. 

 

"Security, don't you touch him. I got you. Turn the lights on," Scott said into the mic. "Don't do that cop, he good, he's okay, he's okay. No, no, no. He part of the show. He ok. He part of the show. He all right. He a fan, bro. We don't do that."

 

Once the guards scattered, Scott pulled the man up and held the mic to his mouth and jumped around for the next track.

 

Scott would preview a brand-new track, "Astroworld," during the set.

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