Jhene Aiko stopped her concert in Atlanta on September 25th when she noticed a fan was having a tonic-clonic seizure. She asked the crowd to stop and part the way for medic’s to get through.
“Let’s hold. We gotta make sure everybody is safe and that we’re good in here. Make way for a medic.”
She then told them that there were strobe lights for the rest of the set and gave anyone with a sensitivity time to leave before restarting the concert.
“ There is some strobing going on in this set. If anyone has any sensitivity to that this is your chance to exit. I want to make sure everyone is safe”
While some people with epilepsy are photosensitive to flickering and flashing lights, it is not known if they were a trigger for this person.
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