Travis Scott Takes an Epic Fall After Drake and Young Thug Invite Him on Stage

Travis Scott joined Drake and Young Thug on stage in London, and apparently caused some technical issues.

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During the London stop of The Boy Meets World Tour, headliner Drake and Young Thug surprised the audience by bringing out a special guest: Travis Scott.

The artists, who have collaborated in the past, performed “Antidote” as well as two tracks from Scott’s Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight album, “Goosebumps” and the Thugger-assisted “Pick Up the Phone.”

Travis Scott just took a huge tumble at Drake's show

— ATOMICmusic (@_ATOMICmusic) February 1, 2017

Still laughing at Travis Scott falling through that hole tbh 😂 cheers pal 👊🏼 I just saw drake for free!

— Charlotte Cowles (@CharCowles) February 1, 2017

Needless to say, the audience went wild; however, Scott’s appearance did result in a technical issue.

Drake was for free too, getting that refund back :)

— A (@dbn_aj) February 2, 2017

Apparently, Scott was so amped by the crowd he didn’t realize there was a giant hole in the center of the stage. Video posted on social media shows the Houston rapper falling through the opening that was covered by fabric. We've seen at previous concerts that a giant globe was supposed to come out of that hole, but Scott's fall reportedly broke the setup; so Drake promised attendees their tickets would be refunded.

“I’m doing this shit for free tonight. I don’t give a fuck,” he announced. “Because, you know what? It’s real love in here tonight […] I don’t give a fuck about none of these people fucking up. I’m giving all their shit back.”

The shit was fun london is wild

— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) February 1, 2017

It’s unclear if Drizzy’s comments were serious, or if he’ll actually follow through. But some concert-goers are taking him at his word.

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As for Scott? It sounds like he walked away from the incident without any major injuries.

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