Birmingham, AL – Fan safety has become a major point of emphasis at concerts in wake of Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival that killed 10 people in November.

Artists have been stopping their shows when they notice an unwell fan in the audience and that happened again on Sunday (May 15) when Key Glock stopped his Birmingham, Alabama concert to help an unconscious fan.

A clip reposted by The Shade Room on Monday (May 16) finds Glock pressing pause on the show and instructing security guards to bring the fan to the stage so she can get the proper medical attention.

“Aye y’all, bring her over here,” he said to the crowd while waving his arms.

 

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Another fan looked to be jealous of the attention and jokingly said, “Well I’m about to pass out.”

According to The Shade Room, the fan passed out near the front of the stage and her condition remains unknown at this time.

Glizock’s Yellow Tape Tour is wrapping up this week with two dates remaining in Nashville on Wednesday (May 18) and Orlando on Friday (May 20).

Key Glock isn’t the only artist helping his fans recently. R&B singer Mariah The Scientist cut the end of her set short at NYC’s Irving Plaza on Saturday night (May 14), when she hopped off stage and directed security to safely escort a female fan who passed out in the front row.