Justin Bieber Crowd Surfs During Travis Scott Concert (VIDEO)
Justin Bieber joined Travis Scott on stage again, while the rapper was performing at 1OAK in New York on Tuesday, and even jumped into the audience to crowd surf. Bieber and Scott were performing at the packed venue when the pop star started a countdown and then dove into the crowd. Scott followed closely behind Bieber as the fans cheered and lifted the two guys into the air. Watch the video below.
As Gossip Cop previously reported, Bieber surprised fans last week when he popped up on stage at the New York nightclub Up & Down to help Scott perform their song “Marie (I’m Drunk).” The two chanted the line “Call your friends, let’s get drunk” over and over again, and then launched into Bieber’s song “Where Are U Now.” Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid and Gigi Hadid were all present at that event.
Scott is known for having wild and crazy concerts, and the rapper recently apologized to fans for hurling homophobic slurs at the crowd during a March show. Taking to Twitter on Sunday, Scott wrote he wasn’t a homophobe and didn’t want this fans to think he likes to “spazz” during concerts.
“At my shows I get a lil turnt up. Sorry for that but never will I ever disrespect that community,” tweeted Scott, adding, “Thanks being said my apologies to anyone that’s offended. My words weren’t out of bad meaning and in no disrespect. Before u jump on my back I have nothing but respect for LGBT community. Don’t take my words out of context. Travis isn’t homophobic whatsoever so don’t think of throwing me in that category.”
Watch the video below of Bieber and Scott crowd surfing during a concert on tuesday, and tell us what you think.