Travis Scott Stops Concert to Defend Fan Who Was About to Get Kicked Out by Security: 'Let Her Have a Good Time'

La Flame has never shied away from telling security guards at his shows to leave his fans alone.

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Travis Scott got pretty upset with a security guard who was trying to throw a fan out of the venue during a recent show on his Circus Maximus tour.

During his show at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas on Wednesday, La Flame defended a female fan who tried to jump and stand atop a barricade. Footage from the concert showed the woman trying to lift herself up before a security guard pulled her back down. Scott saw what was happening and stopped his rendition of "I Know" to let the security guard know not to touch his devoted fans.

"Hold on. One thing you not gonna do, you not gonna kick a fan out. You not gonna do that, brother. You back up. She's just enjoying herself. You back the fuck up. Let her just have a good time," the rapper said. "That's a female. You don't grab a female like that, okay?"

Another security guard came into the picture and shook hands with the fan, who got cheers from the Dallas crowd and went back to where she was standing. A fan off-camera can be heard saying, "We love you Travis," in which he replied, "I love you, too, baby."


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Despite the report of low ticket sales for Circus Maximus, Scott's die-hard fanbase has been showing out for their favorite artist. Recently, fans in Raleigh, North Carolina, were left disappointed when the rapper canceled night two of his stay in the city for an undisclosed reason. 

"Tonight's Travis Scott concert at PNC Arena has been postponed. Fans are encouraged to hold on to their tickets as they will be honored for the TBD new date. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thank you," an email to ticket holders read. 

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