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Pharrell Williams Pauses ‘Something The Water’ Music Festival to Let Fallen Fans Out of the Crowd

The entertainer and creator of the event stopped the show twice to make sure concertgoers were okay.

Pharrell Williams made sure the safety and well-being of concertgoers of his Something in the Water Festival were top of mind over the Juneteenth holiday weekend in Washington, D.C.

According to PEOPLE, Williams stopped his performance several times on Saturday (June 18) after two fans reportedly suffered from medical emergencies.

A video shared by WTTG, shows the 49-year-old on stage with fellow artists No Malice and Pusha T asking attendees to help find a fan who needed assistance.

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Following the show, Williams headed to Twitter to thank his fans for “taking care of each other.”

“Ain’t that what we do?,” the “Happy” singer is heard saying in a video. “We lift people up.”

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Williams’ actions at the Something in the Water Festival come after 10 concertgoers were killed in the horrific crowd surge during rapper Travis Scott’s set at the Astroworld Festival in Houston on Nov. 5, 2021.

The artist isn’t the first to stop their shows when noticing crowds are in distress, Doja Cat, Billie Eilish, and John Mayer have also paused their shows to check in on the wellbeing of those in the audience.

In other Pharrell Williams news, he recently surprised five student NAACP Youth leaders and cleared their student loan debt at a student debt crisis panel event.

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