Travis Scott’s Cancelled Show Drives Cops To Pepper Ball The Crowd
The only thing scarier than a Travis Scott fan is an angry Travis Scott fan, and Oklahoma had a huge crowd full of disgruntled ragers after the rapper postponed his performance set for Monday night.
Fans in Tulsa ready to experience The ASTROWORLD: Wish You Were Here Tour were instead met with the announcement that La Flame’s show at the BOK Center had been postponed due to “last minute production issues.” As you might expect, their reactions were less than pleasant–especially since the performance was postponed once fans had already arrived at the venue.
Travis announced the postposing on his Twitter page, citing production issues and assuring fans that he and the crew would be back on March 26.
Video footage from outside the venue shows a crowd of Travis fans chanting “Let us in, b**ch!” while pounding on the venue doors. According to local outlet Tulsa World, cops eventually ended up deploying pepper balls on the crowd–but Sgt. Brandon Smith told reporters that no one was hit by them and no injuries were reported.
Travis Scott’s ASTROWORLD tour has been going strong since November, while the second leg is set to hit Houston on February 13. The Tusla show, which originally slated for February 11, has now been rescheduled for March 26.