AceShowbiz - Travis Scott (II) was seen going off on a security guard during one of his recent performances. In a video circulating online, the "SICKO MODE" rapper could be seen getting into a verbal altercation with a guard, who tried to kick out a fan of the Dallas show.
"Woah, hold on," Travis said through his mic, putting his performance of "I Know" on a halt. As things appeared to escalate between the guard and the fan, who tried to lift herself up, the emcee added, "One thing you not gonna do, you not gonna kick a fan out. You not gonna do that, brother."
Further defending the female fan, the ex-boyfriend of Kylie Jenner continued, "You back up. She's just enjoying herself. You back the f**k up. Let her just have a good time." The rapper continued, "That's a female. You don't grab a female like that, okay?"
Later, another security guard came and shook hands with the fan. That prompted the crowd to cheer as the fan went back to where she was standing before. "We love you Travis," someone in the crowd could be heard gushing, to which the musician responded, "I love you, too, baby."
Earlier this month, Travis left his fans disappointed after he postponed his "Utopia Circus Maximus Tour" concert in Raleigh just a few hours before his performance was supposed to start. The unfortunate news was announced by venue PNC Arena in North Carolina on October 14. Over a white paper on the venue's door, a message read, "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!" the announcement went on to read. In addition, an announcer at the arena said that the gig was put on hold because of "reasons beyond our control."