Watch Fans Jump Off Balcony at Travis Scott's Wild 'Bird's Eye View' Show in New York City

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Travis Scott performs during the 2017 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival at the Empire Polo Club on April 21, 2017 in Indio, Calif.

Anything can happen at the night show.

For Travis Scott's birthday concert on Sunday (April 30) at New York City's Terminal 5, the turn-up was too real for the Bird's Eye View tour stop as the Missouri City rapper spotted a fan dangling from the second level balcony and asked concert-goers to create a safety net to catch those coming down. 

"Are you gonna do it?," Scott told the fan before launching into a performance of "A-Team," according to Twitter footage. "I see you but are you gon' do it? They gon' catch you. Don't be scared! Fall!" 

According to TMZone jumper allegedly broke his leg but was gifted a ring from Scott during the show. Nobody was reportedly cited for the incident nor was the fire department called in to transport anyone. (Billboard has also reached out to Scott's reps and Terminal 5 for additional comment.) 

Scott's Sunday night set included live renditions of the Drake More Life collaboration "Portland" and tracks off his Billboard 200-topping album Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight like "Outside," "Sweet Sweet," "Beibs in the Trap" and "Goosebumps" -- complete with a giant eagle prop named Jack.

He also performed older Rodeo and Days Before Rodeo cuts like and “Upper Echelon," "Mamacita," "3500," and "90210," which he performed a special birthday freestyle over. He also claimed this was the most drunk he'd ever been on-stage before. Playboi Carti and Wiz Khalifa also made guest appearances. 

 

goosebumps every time. @travisscott in NYC --

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Scott recently teased a joint project with Quavo of Migos and has begun work on his forthcoming effort Astroworld


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