Even though she’s the main character at her own event, Billie Eilish isn’t the “bad guy” when it comes down to it. Billie visited the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia over the weekend as part of her Happier Than Ever World Tour, which has finally begun, and in the thick of it all, she observed a fan having difficulty breathing and halted her set to assist them.
According to a fan who witnessed the incident and contacted E! News about it, Billie put everything on hold after a concertgoer requested to be relocated from their seat in the crowd due to breathing problems.
“They helped her out of general admission and made sure she was okay,” Danna Macias, the fan in question, told E! News. Billie then realised that individuals were having difficulty, so she requested everyone to take a step back and create room for everyone. People started begging for inhalers all of a sudden, and another girl was having trouble breathing. “Billie put a stop to it all!”
Billie can also be seen gazing across the crowd and asking her crew for an inhaler in the concert footage supplied by Danna. “It’s OK, we got one,” she stated during the concert. Give her some space, guys. “Do not overcrowd.” While the rest of the arena’s fans became a little raucous, Billie kept everyone calm.
Billie, who has a habit of stopping many shows throughout her career to ensure the safety of her fans, informed the audience before restarting the show. We see why some people could interpret Billie’s remark that “I wait for people to be OK” as sinister toward Travis Scott.
During Travis’ Astroworld Festival in Houston, Texas in November, ten people died from accidental suffocation after being crushed in the crowd. “I am absolutely devastated by what happened last night,” Travis said in a statement following the tragedy. My thoughts and prayers are with the families and all those who have been affected by the events at the Astroworld Festival.” Travis went on to say that he will be cooperating with the Houston police department to investigate the “tragic loss of life,” and that he “loves” everyone.
Travis is facing many multimillion-dollar lawsuits as a result of the terrible occurrence, and he told Charlamagne Tha God in December that “It wasn’t until minutes before the press conference that I learned out precisely what happened.” However, as you may be aware, there has been a great deal of anger and debate about what happened and how Travis and his team failed to protect people’s lives and safety.
The safety of concertgoers should always be a top priority, and we’re delighted our girl Billie did the right thing, but we’re not shocked because her track record shows she’s always on the ball and never takes chances with her fans’ safety.
(Image Source: E! Online, Insider)