Beyoncé flies out disabled fan with Cerebral Palsy to her concert after he wasn’t able to board flight due to wheelchair issue

Beyoncé helps disabled fan fly out to concert after missing flight

Beyoncé is currently still venturing on her Renaissance World Tour, as her next stop will take place in her hometown of Houston, on Saturday. That will be the first of two straight concerts there. Moreover, Megan Thee Stallion is also expected to take the stage during those concerts, as she previously collaborated with Beyoncé on Meg’s 2020 chart-topping “Savage” remix.

Meanwhile, Beyoncé is also giving back to her fans even more, in a major way. A fan named Jon Hetherington is going viral due to him missing a flight to Seattle, to see Bey perform, according to The Neighborhood Talk. This was as a result of his wheelchair being four inches too tall, to board the flight. He also has Cerebral Palsy. As expected, Hertherington was very disappointed about this result.

However, it was revealed that Hertherington got Beyoncé and her team’s attention, about this situation. Therefore, they went on to fly him out to her recent show in Arlington, TX. Furthermore, he also scored floor seats to the show, as he went on to have an amazing time. This comes after Hertherington waited 25 years to finally see Bey perform. Transportation to the event was also organized, as he was able to meet Beyoncé and her mother.

Beyoncé helps disabled fan fly out to concert after missing flight

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