Travis Scott’s live shows are becoming some of the most legendary, buzzed about events of 2017. It seems like every time he hits the stage some crazy thing happens either out in the crowd or the man himself is doing something to draw attention as he puts in work on material from his latest album Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight.
La Flame found himself at the Rolling Loud festival down in Miami over the weekend, and during the performance of his Future and 2 Chainz-assisted song “3500,” he decided to hand over his microphone to one of the fans on the railing in the front row. It’s a bold move. As a performer, you don’t know if some random is going to try and hijack the show, or biff it completely. This particular fan came through however, and delivered each and every syllable of the song with precision.
Travis himself seemed especially impressed with the fan’s chops and after taking his microphone back, he removed a piece of jewelry from his hand, what he described as, “my favorite ring,” and gifted it to the guy who seemed completely blown away.
This isn’t the first time on this current tour that Trav has given away a ring. A little while back, the Houston rapper bequeathed another piece of jewelry to a fan that jumped from a balcony and injured himself at his show in New York.