Doja Cat is latest performer to stop concert to help fan… four months after Astroworld tragedy

Doja Cat is being praised for pausing her concert in order to help a fan in need as she is the latest performer to do so four months after Travis Scott’s Astroworld tragedy which left 10 dead.

The 26-year-old Los Angeles native was performing at Lollapalooza Argentina on Saturday when she stopped her set for five minutes to help a fan.

Toward the later portion of her performance, the singer suddenly started saying, ‘Wait, wait, wait,’ and motioning for her entourage to cut the music.

Caring: Doja Cat is being praised for pausing her concert in order to help a fan in need as she is the latest performer to do so four months after Travis Scott’s Astroworld tragedy which left 10 dead

The 26-year-old Los Angeles native was performing at Lollapalooza Argentina on Saturday when she stopped her set for five minutes to help a fan

The 26-year-old Los Angeles native was performing at Lollapalooza Argentina on Saturday when she stopped her set for five minutes to help a fan

‘Somebody needs help over there!’ she exclaimed, pointing to a location in the crowd, as her fans cheered her on.

‘Is that right? Am I right? Somebody needs help?’ she inquired, trying to quickly assess the situation.

‘I love you guys, I really do. But we can’t have that happening. I’m not just gonna… as long as somebody’s going out there,’ she said in a concerned tone.

Sending a message: Toward the later portion of her performance, the singer suddenly started saying, 'Wait, wait, wait,' and motioning for her entourage to cut the music

Sending a message: Toward the later portion of her performance, the singer suddenly started saying, ‘Wait, wait, wait,’ and motioning for her entourage to cut the music

'Is that right?  Am I right?  Somebody needs help?'  she inquired, trying to quickly assess the situation as she pointed at the crowd

‘Is that right? Am I right? Somebody needs help?’ she inquired, trying to quickly assess the situation as she pointed at the crowd

'I love you guys, I really do.  But we can't have that happening.  I'm not just gonna… as long as somebody's going out there,' she said in a concerned tone

‘I love you guys, I really do. But we can’t have that happening. I’m not just gonna… as long as somebody’s going out there,’ she said in a concerned tone

‘You guys, over there in that circle that just signaled to me, when everything’s OK, you just go like this. Just do that. Just wait. If it’s not OK, don’t do anything, but once it’s OK, just do something with your hands like this,’ she said motioning for the crowd to give her a signal.

Doja continued to wait for about five minutes for approval to continue, telling the crowd that she ‘can’t keep going if things aren’t good.’

‘I want to ask you guys a question. Does it matter that everybody here gets home safe? Make noise if everybody who needs to get home safe gets home safe. Then you’re on my side, right? That’s all that matters,’ she said.

'You guys, over there in that circle that just signaled to me, when everything's OK, you just go like this.  Just do that.  Just wait.  If it's not OK, don't do anything, but once it's OK, just do something with your hands like this,' she said motioning for the crowd to give her a signal

‘You guys, over there in that circle that just signaled to me, when everything’s OK, you just go like this. Just do that. Just wait. If it’s not OK, don’t do anything, but once it’s OK, just do something with your hands like this,’ she said motioning for the crowd to give her a signal

Doja continued to wait for about five minutes for approval to continue, telling the crowd that she 'can't keep going if things aren't good'

Doja continued to wait for about five minutes for approval to continue, telling the crowd that she ‘can’t keep going if things aren’t good’

'I want to ask you guys a question.  Does it matter that everybody here gets home safe?  Make noise if everybody who needs to get home safe gets home safe.  Then you're on my side, right?  That's all that matters,' she said

‘I want to ask you guys a question. Does it matter that everybody here gets home safe? Make noise if everybody who needs to get home safe gets home safe. Then you’re on my side, right? That’s all that matters,’ she said

‘This stuff happens. It’s a lot of people and people get crushed. It’s a lot. If you can see from the point of view I’m seeing it from, it’s a lot of people. It’s nobody’s fault, everybody wants to be here.’

Performers have been prioritizing safety more ever since 10 people were killed during rapper Travis Scott’s deadly Astroworld festival in November of 2021, which ended with a fatal crowd crush.

‘You see what I’m saying? So don’t get sad or upset. I’ll be back. I will, I promise,’ she said, worrying that she might not be able to continue.

Tragedy: Performers have been prioritizing safety more ever since 10 people were killed during rapper Travis Scott's deadly Astroworld festival in November of 2021, which ended with a fatal crowd crush

Tragedy: Performers have been prioritizing safety more ever since 10 people were killed during rapper Travis Scott’s deadly Astroworld festival in November of 2021, which ended with a fatal crowd crush

But eventually the situation was confirmed to be fine, and she hopped right back to performing, launching into her hit song Say So much to the enjoyment of the fans.

This comes a month after Billie Eilish stopped a concert in order to give an inhaler to a fan who was experiencing a medical emergency.

The 20-year-old performer was in the middle of a show at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta when she spotted a concertgoer caught in a pit near the front of the stage’s catwalk who appeared to need medical attention, according to TMZ.

She appeared to allude to Scott’s deadly Astroworld Festival while shaming the rapper’s conduct on stage.

Being careful: Billie Eilish stopped a concert in order to give an inhaler to a fan who was experiencing a medical emergency on Sunday, before seeming to call out Travis Scott's behavior at his deadly Astroworld Festival;  she is seen performing on February 3

Being careful: Billie Eilish stopped a concert in order to give an inhaler to a fan who was experiencing a medical emergency on Sunday, before seeming to call out Travis Scott’s behavior at his deadly Astroworld Festival; she is seen performing on February 3

After noticing the distressed fan, Eilish stopped her show and directed medical staff to administer aid to the fan and subsequently asked the other attendees to step back and let the individual in question regain their composition.

She then appeared to allude to the behavior of Travis Scott at November’s Astroworld Festival, as she stated: ‘I wait for people to be OK before I keep going.’

The singer’s comment caused the audience to begin cheering loudly, and she proceeded to resume her show.

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