5 Different Angles You Need To See Of Travis Scott Falling Through A Hole In London
EVERYONE MUST WATCH THIS OVER AND OVER AGAIN.
Last night, a beautiful thing happened in the O2 Arena, London. Travis Scott fell into a hole and this dying space rock’s knight in shining armour, Aubrey Graham – better known as Drake – said the words “that’s turnt” in the English language, before pulling him out. (Don't worry, Travis wasn't hurt.)
Why is this so funny? It’s the way Travis says “London!” before plunging into the hole, his vocals turning into incomprehensible auto tune noise, the tone dropping as Travis himself drops. If you had to spell out Travis Scott’s auto tune noise, it would be something like this: “ayeragh”. (The ‘g’ is silent.)
Then there’s the way Drake digests what he’s just seen, leaving a dramatic pause, before delivering the only words any sensible person could use to articulate Travis Scott’s fall: “that’s turnt”.
Drake then pulled Travis out of the hole and the pair continued performing ‘Goosebumps’, pretending that 20,000 people didn’t just watch (and film) Travis Scott fall through a massive hole on stage.
Did we mention that Travis Scott fell through a gigantic hole in front of 20,000 people?
Because MTV believes in public service, we’ve collated the 5 best angles of Travis Scott falling into hole onto one page, right here on the www. Please watch, then re-watch, then watch again. These videos have healing powers. These videos will send joyous thoughts rioting through your brain. Enjoy.
Angle 1 – Ground Zero
— minnie (@Minnie_Bhullar) February 2, 2017
Angle 2 – Up In The Clouds
travis scott casually falls in a hole
drake: "that's turnt" pic.twitter.com/3gEErTYriy
— Peyton (@TehNite) February 1, 2017
Angle 3 – Almost On The Bloody Stage
when ur life's going great then all of a sudden... pic.twitter.com/AzAICScOH7
— Rodeo 🕊 (@RodeoTheAlbum) February 2, 2017
Angle 4 – Up In The Clouds Version 2
Close up of Travis falling in the hole at Drake's tour 😂
Drake: That's turnt! pic.twitter.com/adMtgsUGu2
— travis scott fanpage (@YamzInTheTrap) February 2, 2017
Angle 5 – Right Behind Travis, The Closest You’ll Get To Seeing How Aubrey witnessed the event
Drake pulls out Travis Scott out of a hole after he fell and they continue performing 😂 pic.twitter.com/t6MfOdWM06
— HIP HOP FACTS (@iDailyRapFacts) February 2, 2017
and now for some actual good news
Drake is now promising to refund 20,000 fans for the gig. Why? Because when Travis fell through the hole, he damaged the massive globe Drake’s been wheeling out on his Boy Meets World tour, meaning that they couldn’t use it.
Here’s what the globe would’ve looked like on stage, had Travis Scott not fallen onto it:
Drake then told fans he was doing this "for free tonight" and he'd "deal with it later".
"You can pay for it later," Aubrey said.
He repeated the offer at the end of the gig saying: "London England, I love you, I hope you enjoyed your free show".
Travis Scott later tweeted “the sh*t was fun london is wild” and “by far one of the most turnt and epic sh*t ever f*ck”.
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