Drake Offers London Fans Refund after Travis Scott Falls Offstage

“I’m doing this s--- for free tonight,” he said after the accident.

By Jon Wiederhorn

Drake offered 20,000 fans at London’s O2 Arena a refund last night after 24-year-old guest rapper Travis Scott fell offstage during the show.

“I’m doing this s— for free tonight,” Drake said after the accident. “I don’t give a f—.” For those who were skeptical of his claim, he reiterated the promise at the end of the concert: “London England, I love you, I hope you enjoyed your free show,” reports the BBC.

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The rapper was performing “Goosebumps” and everyone was jumping when Scott tripped and fell into a hole in the middle of the stage. He was gone for a few seconds before Drake helped him back up and the concert continued. Scott seemed uninjured, but he damaged part of the set when he fell; a huge globe was broken and couldn’t be brought onto the stage.

Travis later tweeted the gig was fun and “London is wild.”

The concert was the second of a seven-gig residency at the arena. On the opening night of the tour Drake brought out Section Boyz, Giggs and Kyla.

The Scott incident wasn’t the first setback of Drake’s Boy Meets World tour. Three dates (two in Glasgow, Scotland, and one in London) were rescheduled from the end of January to March due to “unforeseen production setbacks.”

See footage of the Travis Scott accident here:

Drake’s remaining European tour dates:

Thu 02/02/17 London, United Kingdom @ The O2 – London
Sat 02/04/17 London, United Kingdom @ The O2 – London
Sun 02/05/17 London, United Kingdom @ The O2 – London
Wed 02/08/17 Leeds, United Kingdom @ First Direct Arena
Thu 02/09/17 Leeds, United Kingdom @ First Direct Arena
Sat 02/11/17 Manchester, United Kingdom @ Manchester Arena
Sun 02/12/17 Manchester, United Kingdom @ Manchester Arena
Tue 02/14/17 London, United Kingdom @ The O2 – London
Wed 02/15/17 London, United Kingdom @ The O2 – London
Fri 02/17/17 Sheffield, United Kingdom @ Sheffield Arena
Sun 02/19/17 Dublin, Ireland @ 3Arena
Mon 02/20/17 Dublin, Ireland @ 3Arena
Wed 02/22/17 Birmingham, United Kingdom @ Barclaycard Arena
Thu 02/23/17 Birmingham, United Kingdom @ Barclaycard Arena
Sat 02/25/17 Oberhausen, Germany @ Konig – Pilsener Arena
Sun 02/26/17 Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Ziggo Dome
Tue 02/28/17 Antwerp, Belgium @  Antwerps Sportpaleis
Sat 03/04/17 Stockholm, Sweden @ Ericsson Globe
Sun 03/05/17 Fornebu, Norway @ Telenor Arena
Tue 03/07/17 Copenhagen, Denmark @ Royal Arena Copenhagen
Thu 03/09/17 Berlin, Germany @ Mercedes-Benz Arena
Fri 03/10/17 Hamburg, Germany @ Barclaycard Arena
Sun 03/12/17 Paris, France @ AccorHotels Arena
Mon 03/13/17 Paris, France @ AccorHotels Arena
Thu 03/16/17 Cologne, Germany @ Lanxess Arena
Mon 03/20/17 London, United Kingdom @ The O2 – London
Wed 03/22/17 Glasgow, United Kingdom @ The SSE Hydro
Thu 03/23/17 Glasgow, United Kingdom @ The SSE Hydro
Mon 03/27/17 Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Ziggo Dome
Tue 03/28/17 Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Ziggo Dome

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