Travis Scott and Quavo were in the middle of a set at the Rolling Loud Festival when an overly excited fan decided to climb the stage and join them. As you can imagine, the security guards immediately sprung into action to drag the unknown male away from the 26-year-old Grammy nominee.
However, instead of freaking out, the rapper actually defended the fan.
But considering the fact that the fan was pushed to the floor and one security guard attempted to kick him, it makes sense that Travis was on the fan’s side. This could have gone way too far.
Travis held his hands out, stopping the guards from dragging the man off the stage.
As soon as they left, Scott helped the fan up and held his mic close to his mouth as he rapped and jumped around excitedly.
When the track ended, Scott addressed the brave fan, asking him: ‘Yo son, you know what you just did, right? You came here for this?’
He then kindly showed him where he can get off the stage.
‘Security, don’t you touch him. I got you. Turn the lights on,’ he went on as he directed the audience to gather around to help him climb off stage safely.
‘Don’t do that cop, he good, he is okay, he’s okay. No, no, no. He’s part of the show. He ok. He part of the show. He all right. He a fan, bro. We don’t do that,’ he told the security team once again as the crowd cheered and applauded.
‘Everybody with a camera, put your cameras down. Ya’ll help this kid,’ Kylie Jenner’s baby daddy added. How nice!