Travis Scott shows, fittingly, are always entirely yawn-free and usually involve at least one act of punk rockdom. At this weekend's Power 106 Cali Christmas show at the Forum in Inglewood, however, a security guard briefly dampened the mood by choking a fan who was very much in a La Flame frame of mind.
In footage shared by very punk-unfriendly "news" organization TMZ Sunday, the unidentified guard is seen with his hands around the fan's neck. The fan does not appear to be enjoying the interaction.
Scott's team issued a statement shortly after the footage started gaining traction online, clarifying that the guard seen in the video is not a member of the Astroworld conceiver's personal security detail. The Forum has not commented on the incident. Other performers at Saturday's holiday celebration included Big Sean, Majid Jordan, and Joey Badass.
Chokeholds aside, all is well in the Scottiverse. The aforementioned Astroworld is still in the works, while Scott's collab project with Quavo—Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho—is already finished. "We've been sitting, marinating, working," Quavo said earlier this month. "It's done. It's off for mixing."
Scott has also been relentlessly teasing the project's long-awaited release, including in this unfairly alarming tweet:
Hopefully Scott stops hitting snooze on the Cactus Jack alarm. 2017 isn't over just yet.