AceShowbiz - It looked painful! Travis Scott (II) took a nasty tumble during a live performance at one of his shows. The 28-year-old rhymer jumped around on the stage while singing his song "Butterfly Effect" when he suddenly fell and struggled to get back on his feet.
The incident happened at the Rolling Loud festival taking place Saturday night, October 12 at Citi Field in Queens. Travis eventually managed to get up but he only could stand on one foot. His team quickly jumped onto the stage to check on him.
Despite the fact that his knee might be broken, the father of Kylie Jenner's daughter Stormi Webster completed his whole set. "I ain't gonna lie, I think I just broke my knee right now," so he told the crowd. "But this show cannot stop just yet."
To ease the pain and avoid further injury, the rapper wore a knee brace and could only stay at the same spot during the rest of his set. The father of one then posted a picture from the night on Instagram with a caption: "The ride never ends [love] NY."
The weekend show was part of his "Wish You Were Here" tour in support of his third studio album "Astroworld". He still has at least three more scheduled dates throughout the rest of the year. He will next head to Las Vegas for the Day N Vegas festival, take the stage in Houston, and then fly out to Australia for Sandtunes Gold Coast.