October 15, 2019
Travis Scott fell on stage during a concert in New York but he carried on singing, even though he was injured.
On October 12, 2019, Travis Scott suffered an accident on stage during the Rolling Loud concert in New York.
The rapper fell badly, and injured his knee, but gave credence to the old showbiz maxim: The Show Must Go On.
The rapper adroitly made a knee brace out of wide insulating tape and kept on singing
'I ain't gonna lie, I think I just broke my knee right now. But this show cannot stop just yet.'
In order to minimize his pain, the rapper adroitly made a knee brace out of wide insulating tape and kept on singing. Scott placed himself center stage and was practically motionless until the end of the show.
His fans were stunned by his commitment and his courage.
"Can’t stop want stop love u for keeping ya fans entertained."
After the phenomenal success of his last album "ASTROWORLD" which spent several weeks at number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, Scott is now working on his next album.
We hope he recovers from his injury soon, and wish him success in his new endeavor.
Travis Scott's biggest fan is actually very tiny. She's just 1-year-old, but she knows what she likes, and she just loves the rapper's groove.
Travis shared an adorable video clip that shows his daughter Stormi Webster dancing excitedly as she sees watches her father perform on TV.
Stormi has often been backstage at Travis Scott's concerts, along with her mother, Kylie Jenner.
Stormi's parents have recently split, but are dedicated to raising her together in harmony.