Travis Scott is known for his raging performances. The rapper was one of the headliners for Day 1 of Rolling Loud in New York, yesterday. While bringing his ASTROWORLD experience to Citi Field,  Scott badly injured his knee... but the show did not stop there.

Scott was performing “BUTTERFLY EFFECT” during his set when he jumped and landed wrong on his right knee. Fans shared videos of the moment online which show how after his fall Scott continued to perform, limping on one leg. Later on he told the crowd “I ain’t gonna lie, I think I just broke my knee right now. But this show cannot stop just yet.” He then went on to perform “BYSTANDERS.”

Scott completed his set with “SICKO MODE.” As he was closing the show Scott told the crowd “nothing can ever stop this show.”

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