Trippie Redd is left largely unimpressed by the crowd's level of engagement.
Trippie Redd's first reflex was ultimately the right one. The Ohio rapper was gigging in Minnesota when a woman in the crowd collapsed out of nowhere, a not so rare occurrence in mosh scenarios of that nature. Right away, Trippie motioned to his deejay to all the music, and urged the fans in attendance to keep their cell phones in order to create as much light as possible. Trippie exclaimed, "We got to worry about her right now," with responding rather slow for a situation of this magnitude.
Trippie proceeded to berate the crowd for not taking action sooner. Eventually the woman was located in the crowd and brought to her feet. Trippie handed her a water bottle, and before they knew it, the show was safe to resume. The lesson here is: learn from your environment before you get consumed by it. Also, if a rapper outweighs you by 30 pounds and wants to stage dive, never take the charge.
Trippie Redd's next show is in Pontiac, Michigan, at the Vogue Nightclub. Tickets range from 40-80 dollars, and are open to fans of all ages. Afterwards the 19-year-old will be off to the races once again, making stops in Corpus Christi, San Bernardino, and Fontana, a Californian city built around the Auto Club Speedway. Yeehaw!