Billie Eilish stops concert to give fan an inhaler, shades Travis Scott

On Saturday, February 4, Billie Eilish paused her performance to assist a fan in distress.

The singer, who is now on the road for Happier Than Ever, The World Tour, was seen putting safety first in a video clip that went viral on social media. She was seen looking out into the audience with concern. Before speaking to her stage staff, she inquires, “Do you need an inhaler?” “Is there an inhaler in the house?” “Do you mind if we take one?”

“It’s OK,” Eilish adds, motioning to a concertgoer. “Give her a little more time,” says the narrator. “Avoid overcrowding.”

“I wait for folks to be okay before I keep going,” Billie said, apparently referring to Travis Scott. That became extremely important.

This was in response to the fact that Travis’ November concert went on for several minutes after it was deemed a mass casualty incident, leading many to believe he was aware of what was going on. He has categorically rejected this, claiming ignorance of the gravity of the situation.

In another fan video, Eilish is seen blowing a kiss and asks, “You need to come out or are you OK?” as admirers cheer her on. “Are you certain?” before uttering the words “I love you.”


The event occurred during her concert at Atlanta’s State Farm Arena on Saturday, February 5.

After the tragic events at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival in November 2021, where ten people died after a massive crowd of around 50,000 people surged towards the stage, the fear of crowd-crush is all too real these days. Ezra Blount, the youngest and final victim, was only nine years old when he died from his injuries after a week in a coma. Travis’ and his team’s failure to intervene during the events drew widespread public condemnation and resulted in many lawsuits.

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