Doja Cat, a legendary performer, is being hailed online after helping a fan during a recent event. On Saturday, the 26-year-old Los Angeles native was playing at Lollapalooza Argentina when she interrupted her show to assist a fan who needed assistance. Fans praised the singer’s gesture, which comes on the heels of Travis Scott’s Astroworld disaster, which killed ten people.
On Saturday, March 19, the ‘Kiss Me More’ singer was singing at Lollapalooza Argentina when she interrupted her show for five minutes to assist a fan.
When her performance was coming to an end, the singer started saying, “‘Wait, wait, wait,” indicating that she wanted her music to be cut off immediately. “Somebody needs help over there!” she said as she pointed to the position of the person.
Other fans applauded her as she begged for assistance. Doja then affirmed, saying, ‘”s that right? Am I right? Somebody needs help?” in order to analyze the issue and determine what needs to be done.
“I love you guys, I really do. But we can’t have that happening. I’m not just gonna… as long as somebody’s going out there,” she said in a concerned tone. “You guys, over there in that circle that just signal to me, when everything’s OK, you just go like this. Just do that,” the Need to Know singer said.
“Just wait. If it’s not OK, don’t do anything, but once it’s OK, just do something with your hands like this,’ to the crowd. After around five minutes of waiting for the crowd’s acceptance, Doja warned the audience that she “cannot keep going if things are not good”.
“So don’t get sad or upset. I’ll be back. I will, I promise.”
Explaining her point of view, she said, “‘I wanna ask you guys a question. Does it matter that everybody here gets home safe? Make noise if everybody who needs to get home safe gets home safe. Then you’re on my side, right? That’s all that matters.”
She further added that these things happen and there are a lot of people who can get crushed. The singer explained if they can see from her point of view, there are a lot of people and it is nobody’s fault. She was growing more concerned about not being able to continue as she said, “You see what I’m saying? So don’t get sad or upset. I’ll be back. I will, I promise.”
Everything worked out in the end, and she returned to her set. This occurs more than a month after Billie Eilish interrupted her Atlanta show to provide an asthma medication to a fan who was having a medical emergency. The singer questioned her admirer, “Do you need an inhaler?” in a video released by Billie’s fan account.
Billie then turned to her crew. “Do we have an inhaler? Can we just grab one?” the ‘Bad Guy’ singer asked before saying, “It’s OK, we got one.”