Slipknot Lead Singer Stops Cincinnati Show for Audience Member in Need of Medical Attention

“Thank you so fucking much guys, thank you for looking out.”

Slipknot - PHOTO: PROVIDED BY COSA NOSTRA PR
Photo: provided by Cosa Nostra PR
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Heavy metal band Slipknot’s lead singer Corey Taylor stopped their Cincinnati show so an audience member could get medical attention.

The band played at Heritage Bank Arena June 1 on their Knotfest Roadshow tour.

A fan captured the moment on film and then shared it to Twitter where Taylor stopped the show and said “Let’s make sure they get out.”

Taylor then thanked the band for paying attention to the crowd as they had alerted to the situation. “Thank you so fucking much guys, thank you for looking out.”

After ensuring the fan was brought the safety the show began again.

Fans at the show yelled down to the stage that they loved the band and then took to Twitter the praise them for stopping the show.

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