Travis Scott took a nasty fall during his set at Rolling Loud Festival in New York City Saturday (October 12).
While the 28-year-old rapper performed his hit "BUTTERFLY EFFECT," he "jumped up and landed wrong on his right knee," ultimately tumbling to the ground, as seen in video captured by TMZ. After the fall, it was clear that Travis was in pain as he could barely move around the stage. Despite the injury, the "SICKO MODE" rapper continued to perform, even as members of his crew jumped on stage to check on him.
Travis did, at one point, tell the crowd he thought he broke his knee, but that didn't stop him from delivering an unforgettable show as he told the audience: "Nothing can ever stop this show."
His team has yet to reveal the extent of his injury.
Travis' onstage fall comes less than two weeks after news of his split from Kylie Jenner. As fans know, the once-power couple called it quits after two years together.
Since news of their breakup, rumors of cheating have plagued the former couple. However, both Kylie and Travis have denied the rumors.
Last week, just hours after it was reported that the 22-year-old business mogul was possibly rekindling things with her ex-boyfriend Tyga, Kylie took to Twitter to set the record straight. "The internet makes everything 100 times more dramatic than what it really is. There was no “2am date with Tyga,'" she explained, referencing reports that she and her ex, who she dated from 2013-2015, were spotted hanging out on October 2. "You see me drop two of my friends off at a studio that he happened to be at."
Shortly after, Kylie addressed her split from Travis directly, writing, "Travis and i are on great terms and our main focus right now is Stormi ‼️ our friendship and our daughter is priority."
The "Highest In The Room" rapper followed suit, sharing a statement about their split and cheating rumors to Instagram Stories: "It'a [sic] really affecting when u see false things said about u once again. Once again these false stories about me cheating are just simply not true. Focusing on life, music, and family at this moment is what's real."
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