Travis Scott Calls Out Security For Trying To Toss Fan Out Of Concert

Travis Scott seems to have one rule for venue security on his current Circus Maximus tour: don’t mess with his fans.

Footage from his show on Wednesday (October 18) at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas shows the Utopia rapper reacting to security attempting to throw out a rowdy fan who had climbed on top of a barricade.


Scott stopped “I Know” mid-song when spying the fracas, and began berating the security guards.

“She’s just enjoying herself. You back the fuck up. Let her just have a good time,” the rapper admonished. “That’s a female. You don’t grab a female like that, okay?”

One of the security guards then shook hands with the fan, who got cheers from the audience and stepped back down off the barricade.

Scott’s tour continues through December 29. It closes with two shows in Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena. There have been reports of low demand for tickets, with resale prices for one show falling as low as $7. The tour has already had one canceled show, in North Carolina.

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After playing to a sold-out crowd at the PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina last Friday (October 13), the 32-year-old was scheduled to return the following night. However, fans were turned away upon arrival and told to hold on to their tickets for a rescheduled date.

People showed up in time for the evening concert but were instead disappointed to see a message posted at the venue informing them that the event would have to take place on another day for “reasons beyond our control.”


The Circus Maximus tour rolls into Kansas City on Friday (October 20), before moving onto Denver, Phoenix, Las Vegas, and Oakland. Scott is joined on the tour by up-and-coming star Teezo Touchdown.

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