Incident at Billie Eilish's Atlanta concert | Is the Travis Scott affair still happening?
Incident at Billie Eilish's Atlanta concert | Is the Travis Scott affair still happening? Billie Eilish | Atlanta concert | Travis Scott Billie Eilish stops her Atlanta concert to get an inhaler to a fan experiencing a medical emergency Billie Eilish held a concert in Atlanta. At this concert, a Billie Eilish's fan needed medical help. Billie Eilish stopped the concert. Billie Eilish saved the man's life by managing the audience. The 20-year-old performer was in the middle of a show at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta when she spotted a concertgoer caught in a pit near the front of the stage's catwalk who appeared to need medical attention, according to TMZ. She appeared to allude to Travis Scott's deadly Astroworld Festival while shaming the rapper's conduct on stage. After noticing the distressed fan, Eilish stopped her show and directed medical staff to administer aid to the fan and subsequently asked the other attendees to step back and let the individual in question regain their composure. She then appeared to allude to the behavior of Travis Scott at November's Astroworld Festival, as she stated: 'I wait for people to be OK before I keep going.' The singer's comment caused the audience to begin cheering loudly, and she proceeded to resume her show. The incident involving the rapper Travis Scott, 30, took place during the first night of the Astroworld Festival, which was held on November 5th of last year. The performer's fans began acting aggressively just after the start of his set, during which a crowd surge occurred and thousands were pushed towards the main stage. During Scott's performance, ten people were crushed by other fans and died from the effects of various ailments, including cardiac arrest and asphyxiation. Several unconscious concertgoers were also crowd-surfed to security personnel during the show. The concert was notably designated as a mass casualty event roughly halfway through its length. However, the rapper continued to perform for his fans and brought out Drake to finish off his set, which ended around 10 PM. The performers later attended a pre-scheduled afterparty when the Sicko Mode rapper was reportedly made aware of the situation. Scott later garnered controversy for allegedly ignoring the events unfolding around him and was accused of ignoring concertgoers who had experienced medical issues during his set. The rest of the Astroworld Festival was canceled the following day, and the rapper released an apology video where he claimed to have been unaware of what had occurred at his show. He was subsequently criticized for his statement, which many saw as contrived and selectively worded. Several lawsuits were filed against the rapper for his role in the festival's tragic events. Scott also had several sponsorships paused or dropped entirely, and he was removed from the lineups of various events, including the 2022 Coachella Festival. A petition to have him return to the stage initially gained upwards of 70,000 signatures, although it was eventually shut down. The rapper was later replaced by Eilish on the Coachella bill. Source Daily Mail