Travis Scott has a seriously bum knee after his onstage fall at Rolling Loud — and all signs point to him going under the knife as fast as possible.
Sources connected to Travis tell TMZ … he went to see orthopedic specialist Dr. Neal ElAttrache this week at L.A.’s Cedars-Sinai Kerlan-Jobe Institute. We’re told he was diagnosed with a dislocated knee — specifically, a stretch or tear in the patellar tendon.
Now, here’s the interesting thing … our sources say doctors would like to wait another day or 2 before conclusively deciding if surgery’s needed, or if the knee can just heal on its own — but Travis would actually prefer the former.
We’re told he might opt for surgery because he wants to get back to full health — NOT for music performances, but for love of the game … of bball.
Our sources tell us Travis gets on the court quite a bit and wants to be able to hoop again, ASAP — like he did against Meek Mill last year for James Harden‘s charity.
So, we’re told he’s leaning toward surgery … if it’s the quickest path back to ballin’.