Teyana Taylor stopped her concert in LA because a fan was seen in distress… in the wake of the Astroworld Festival tragedy
Teyana Taylor temporarily stopped her show at The Novo in Los Angeles on Monday to check in on a fan who appeared to be in distress during the performance.
The 30-year-old singer-songwriter was featured in a TikTok clip from user @valeriewango in which she stopped performing to check on the fan’s well-being.
The New York native, who is on her The Last Rose Petal Farewell Tour, walked up to the fan and said, ‘Is she okay? Bring her here. Is she okay? We don’t. Come on.’
The latest: Teyana Taylor, 30, temporarily stopped her show at The Novo in Los Angeles on Monday to check on a fan who appeared to be in distress during the performance
Taylor brought a little levity to the situation by saying, “I’m about to retire, you’re not going to sue me, honey. Let’s make sure we’re in the right place.’
Taylor told the security team at the venue to help place the fan on the edge of the stage, as the fan appeared to be in distress during the show.
In a separate clip posted by The Shade Room, Taylor continued to check the fan before resuming her performance.
She said in the clip, “Get her some air. Is she good? Her eyes open? You good? Say: “Rose Leaf”. Okay dear. You good.’
Taylor told the security team at the venue to help the fan onstage as the fan appeared to be in distress during the show
The New York native is on her The Last Rose Petal Farewell Tour
The Los Angeles outing came days after Friday’s tragedy at NRG Park in Houston, which killed eight people at Travis Scott’s Astroworld music festival, as fans rushed to the festival’s stage, which had an estimated 50,000 people.
Authorities in Harris County, Texas said the victims’ ages ranged from 14 to 27, and they were from places such as Texas, Illinois and Washington.
Houston officials said they will investigate the video shot during the show, in addition to interviewing Scott, attendees and staff from concert promoter Live Nation.
Scott, 30, took to Twitter on Saturday to explain the tragic incident: “I am absolutely devastated by what happened last night. My prayers go out to the families and all those affected by what happened at Astroworld Festival.’
At least 12 lawsuits have been filed against Scott, Live Nation and concert promoter ScoreMore in the days since the tragedy, alleging that organizers failed to meet staffing requirements and implement proper crowd control measures, leading to deaths and injuries. consequence.
The performer stopped her show to see if the fan was in distress
The New York resident walked up to the fan and said, “Is she okay? Bring her here. Is she okay? We don’t. Come on’
Taylor was heard saying in another clip, “Get her some air. Is she good? Her eyes open? You good? Say: “Rose Leaf”. Okay dear. You good’