“She just stole her mom’s car,” Kodie Shane recalls to Billboard. “Even though we had already met her the night before that at the Oakland show, she stole her mom’s car that same night and drove it to Los Angeles for the next show, too.” In 2017, Shane headed out on her Zero Gravity Tour with Lil Yachty, where one of her favorite tour memories occurred.
“Her mom is messaging us on social media like, ‘My daughter stole my car to go see you again. Do y’all know where she’s at?’” Shane laughs as she reminisces about the fan memory. “She was young, of course. She made it, though. I did see her at the LA show and I signed her face and everything. It was lit. I’ll never forget that.”
This level of attachment comes as a result of Shane striving to make her music as honest and relatable as it can be, naturally making her supporters feel as if she’s a close friend who is growing alongside them. Since the Zero Gravity Tour, her fanbase has grown exponentially, and now, there are probably plenty more fans who would be willing to hijack the family vehicle just to go see 20-year-old Shane perform.