Report: Travis Scott may require surgery after dislocating knee at Rolling Loud

The rapper’s intense live show took a physical toll.

October 15, 2019
Report: Travis Scott may require surgery after dislocating knee at Rolling Loud Travis Scott   Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for The Recording Academy

Travis Scott has been left considering surgery after suffering a dislocated knee at Rolling Loud, TMZ reports.

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The rapper began to favor his right leg during his performance of "Butterfly Effect" at the festival's New York edition over the weekend. TMZ reports that he has since been diagnosed with a dislocated knee, and doctors will wait a day or two before determining whether or not to proceed with surgery.

It's unclear if the injury will affect Scott's upcoming tour dates, which include the second edition of his annual Astroworld Festival.

Scott's latest song "Highest In The Room" dropped on October 4 and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Report: Travis Scott may require surgery after dislocating knee at Rolling Loud