Drake promises free concert after Travis Scott falls through hole in the stage 4 years ago

Drake promises free concert after Travis Scott falls through hole in the stage

Normally when you see a big hole in the ground, you either walk around it, or stop, look into it and remark "Well gosh, isn't that a big hole in the ground".

But when you're performing at the O2 Arena in front of tens of thousands of people, it's a bit of a different situation, a situation that rapper/singer Travis Scott found himself in last night at Drake's London concert.

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Scott was joining Drake and Young Thug on stage to perform Scott's song 'Goosebumps' when he suddenly found himself in another situation: a big hole in the ground.

Check out the video below, but you need to watch it with the sound on to get the full effect.

 

"London! Yeah!"

*falls into a giant hole*

Luckily Scott was unhurt, but unfortunately he landed on and subsequently broke a very impressive (but also very expensive) piece of set design: a huge glowing globe.

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After he fell in the hole, Drake remarked "That's turnt", before reaching in to help Scott back onto the stage. Then, as if nothing had happened, the beat dropped and everyone went wild.

Due to the show not going down as he wanted it to, Drake said: "I’m doing this shit for free tonight. I don’t give a fuck. Because, you know what? It’s real love in here tonight."

Oh go on, let's take another look at that fall.

 

 

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After the show, Scott took to Twitter to present his version of events:

 

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Yep, pretty much.

 

Feature: The Daily Loud

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