Halsey has paid off a fan’s speeding ticket after the woman claimed she was driving too fast because she was enjoying her new single "Nightmare".
Twitter user Francesca claimed she was driving home from Pennsylvania State University when she was stopped for speeding.
“I got pulled over… for the first time ever and when asked why I was going 99 in a 70 I was dangerously close to admitting I was bangin out to Halsey’s new song Nightmare,” she said on social media.
Driving home from Penn State I got pulled over/given a ticket for the first time ever and when asked why I was going 99 in a 70 I was ~dangerously~ close to admitting I was bangin out to @halsey’s new song Nightmare🤷🏻♀️🙃 pic.twitter.com/nZrTq139Yj
— francesca (@_fran_cesca) May 21, 2019
“What’s your Venmo. I’ll pay your ticket. Drive safely please!” Halsey said on Twitter.
The singer’s music video for Nightmare, starring Debbie Harry and Cara Delevingne, was released on May 16, and has already reached over 15.5 million views on YouTube.
What’s your Venmo. I’ll pay your ticket. DRIVE SAFELY PLEASE!!!! https://t.co/rZJxRXb7Nj
— h (@halsey) May 21, 2019
The original tweet was liked over 4,000 times, and caught the attention of Halsey herself, who transferred Francesca 250 US dollars for the ticket.
So this happened and I’ve never been more grateful or felt less deserving😭😂😻❤️ @halsey you are unreal👊 https://t.co/l087BaHn44— francesca (@francesca)1558458034.0
Needless to say the interaction has gotten quite a lot of attention. We all stan a queen that supports her fans as much as they support her.
Lmaoooo quitting Acting https://t.co/5Z7wFsUZ7x— francesca (@francesca)1558529169.0
Once the receipt had been paid, Francesca said she “will never forget your kindness and will continue blasting your music forever (just at a safer speed). I’ve never been more grateful or felt less deserving.”