A Lil Pump fan stole the spotlight at his show over the weekend.
The “Gucci Gang” rapper was performing at the Festival Metro Metro in Montreal, Canada on Friday (May 20) when he invited a fan in a wheelchair to join him on stage.
“I saw my boy in the crowd so I had to bring him up,” Pump captioned his TikTok video.
Fans carried him over the crowd and onto the stage where Pump and a member of security helped him back into his wheelchair. He then put on a show of his own, stunning concertgoers while doing back flips, handstands, and push-ups in his wheelchair as Pump performed “D Rose.”
Pump shared the incredible footage on TikTok, which caught the fan’s attention. “BROOO THATS ME HOMIEEE,” he commented and Pump responded, “LESSS GOOO.”
@lilpump Montreal was LIT 🔥🔥🔥 #fyp ♬ 1ST OFF – Lil Pump
It turns out that Pump’s fan is actually a professional athlete named Woody Belfort, who has a form of cerebral palsy that limits the use of his legs. However, that hasn’t stopped him from participating in activities like rock climbing, basketball, and bodybuilding.
“My ultimate goal is to change the way society views people living with physical disabilities,” Belfort said while sharing his inspiring story. “Many people judge the limits of others subconsciously, because of their abilities. But it’s up to us to define our own limits, and challenge them! It’s up to us to choose what we want to accomplish, even when the idea seems out of this world.”
In addition to Pump, the three-day Festival Metro Metro featured performances from 50 Cent, Tory Lanez, Trippie Redd, DaBaby, and Lil Baby, who brought out Drake during his Saturday night set.