Teyana Taylor stopped her concert in LA as a fan was seen in distress


Teyana Taylor stopped her concert in LA as a fan was seen in distress … in the wake of Astroworld Festival tragedy


Teyana Taylor temporarily stopped her show at The Novo in Los Angeles Monday to check on a fan who appeared to be in distress during the performance.

The 30-year-old singer-songwriter was seen in a TikTok clip posted by user @valeriewango in which she ceased performing to check in on the well-being of the fan.

The New York native, who is on her The Last Rose Petal Farewell Tour, walked over toward the fan and said, ‘Is she okay? Bring her up here. Is she okay? We ain’t doing that. Come on.’

The latest: Teyana Taylor, 30, temporarily stopped her show at The Novo in Los Angeles Monday to check on a fan who appeared to be in distress during the performance

The latest: Teyana Taylor, 30, temporarily stopped her show at The Novo in Los Angeles Monday to check on a fan who appeared to be in distress during the performance

Taylor brought a bit of levity to the situation in saying, ‘I’m about to retire, you ain’t gonna sue me baby. Let’s make sure we’re good.’

Taylor told the security team at the venue to help seat the fan on the stage’s edge, as the fan seemed to be in distress at the show.

In a separate clip posted by The Shade Room, Taylor continued to check on the fan before resuming her performance.

She said in the clip, ‘Make sure she got some air. She good? Her eyes open? You good? Say, “Rose Petal.” Okay, baby. You good.’

Taylor told the security team at the venue to help seat the fan on the stage, as the fan seemed to be in distress at the show

Taylor told the security team at the venue to help seat the fan on the stage, as the fan seemed to be in distress at the show 

The New York native is on her The Last Rose Petal Farewell Tour

The New York native is on her The Last Rose Petal Farewell Tour 

The outing in Los Angeles came days after Friday’s tragedy at NRG Park in Houston in which eight people died at Travis Scott’s Astroworld music festival, as fans rushed toward the stage at the festival, which had an estimated attendance of 50,000 people.

Authorities in Harris County, Texas said that ages of the victims range from 14 and 27, and that they were from locales including Texas, Illinois and Washington.

Officials in Houston said they will probe video taken at the show in addition to interviewing Scott, attendees and personnel from concert promoter Live Nation.

Scott, 30, took to Twitter Saturday to address the tragic occurrence: ‘I’m absolutely devastated by what took place last night. My prayers go out to the families and all those impacted by what happened at Astroworld Festival.’

At least 12 lawsuits have been filed in the days since the tragedy against Scott, Live Nation and concert promoter ScoreMore, with allegations that organizers did not meet staffing demands and implement proper crowd control measures, leading to the deaths and injuries. 

The New York native walked over toward the fan and said, 'Is she okay? Bring her up here. Is she okay? We ain't doing that. Come on'

The New York native walked over toward the fan and said, ‘Is she okay? Bring her up here. Is she okay? We ain’t doing that. Come on’

Taylor was heard saying in another clip, 'Make sure she got some air. She good? Her eyes open? You good? Say, "Rose Petal." Okay, baby. You good'

Taylor was heard saying in another clip, ‘Make sure she got some air. She good? Her eyes open? You good? Say, “Rose Petal.” Okay, baby. You good’

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