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Travis Scott Likely To Get Knee Surgery Following Rolling Loud Fall



Travis Scott Likely To Get Knee Surgery Following Rolling Loud Fall

Travis Scott is just coming off of an amazing performance at Rolling Loud in New York but may have to undergo surgery after a knee injury!

Travis Scott is considered one of the greatest stage performers right now as his fans go crazy to see him live! At his recent performance at Rolling Loud in New York, the artist put on a great show but had a major injury.

While performing his song “Butterfly Effect,” Travis took a large leap into the air as he normally does. However, this time, video shows Travis landing on wrong and injuring his knee in the process. He hits the floor before rolling over to get back up and continue his performance hopping on one foot.

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After finishing the song, Travis shared with the crowd;

I ain’t gon’ lie, I think I just, like, broke my knee just now,” he said while kneeling over with his team behind him

Being the superstar performer that he is, Travis followed that up by saying “This show cannot stop. So middle fingers to the sky. Lets rage.”

On Tuesday, he visited orthopedic specialist Dr. Neal ElAttrache at Cedars-Sinai Kerlan-Jobe Institute in Los Angeles where it was determined that he had dislocated his knee suffering a tear in the patellar tendon.

Sources say that doctors want to see if his knee will heal on its own, however, surgery is an option. While sources say that Travis is wanting to avoid surgery, he is all game for it as long as it will get him back to 100 percent function allowing him to still play basketball!

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As of now, there has been no further word on his condition, but as we continue to monitor this situation we will keep you updated!

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