Jhené Aiko Halts Atlanta Concert Due To Fans Seizure

Jhené Aiko halts her concert in Atlanta last night after a fan suffered a seizure.

The R&b singer was performing at the Buckhead Theatre in Atlanta on Monday night when one fan in the audience started having a seizure. She was on the verge of performing her single “Bed Peace” when the situation started in the crowd. She then told her production crew to cut the music so that the fan can get medical help. “We gotta make sure everybody is safe and that we’re good in here,” she said. “Make way for a medic.”

You can see in the footage below medics moving the fan to the back of the venue to further administered medical help. After feeling good that the female fan is getting the help that she needed, Jhené Aiko then finishes the show. “I want to make sure everyone is safe,” she said, before warning fans that the lighting can sometimes trigger seizure attacks.

Aiko also thanked her fans on Twitter following a well received performance. “Thank you to everyone in ATL who came out to the #FordFrontRow @billboard event i appreciate all of the positive energy u guys were giving,” she tweeted, while adding, “Sending healing light to the young lady who got sick at the show… if any of her friends or fam can give me an update i’d appreciate it!”

Jhene Aiko released her new album “Trip” last Friday with Swae Lee and her boyfriend Big Sean being among the guest feature.