Entertainment Music Billie Eilish Says She 'Was Just Helping a Fan' After Kanye West Demands Apology to Travis Scott “Literally never said a thing about Travis,” Eilish responded to West, who incorrectly claimed she called out Scott during her Atlanta concert By Olivia Jakiel Olivia Jakiel Instagram Associate Editor, Nights – PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on February 10, 2022 08:35 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Billie Eilish is standing up for herself. The "Happier Than Ever" singer, 20, responded to Kanye West's lengthy Instagram caption on Thursday, in which he demanded she apologize to Travis Scott. In his note, West claimed Eilish shaded Scott when she stopped her show over the weekend to help a fan who was having trouble breathing and said onstage: "I wait for people to be okay before I keep going." "COME ON BILLIE WE LOVE YOU PLEASE APOLOGIZE TO TRAV AND TO THE FAMILIES OF THE PEOPLE WHO LOST THEIR LIVES NO ONE INTENDED THIS TO HAPPEN TRAV DIDN'T HAVE ANY IDEA OF WHAT WAS HAPPENING WHEN HE WAS ON STAGE AND WAS VERY HURT BY WHAT HAPPENED AND YES TRAV WILL BE WITH ME AT COACHELLA BUT NOW I NEED BILLIE TO APOLOGIZE BEFORE I PERFORM," West originally wrote. Billie Eilish and Finneas Meet with President Biden, Whose Family Are 'Longtime Fans of Their Music' "Literally never said a thing about Travis. Was just helping a fan," Eilish replied in West's comments section. KANYE WEST/INSTAGRAM Both Eilish and West, 44, are slated to headline Coachella in April. In November, hundreds were injured and 10 people — including a 9-year-old boy named Ezra Blount — died at Scott's Astroworld Festival in Houston after concert-goers surged toward the stage. Brad Barket/Getty; VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty; Taylor Hill/FilmMagic Man Who Administered CPR at Astroworld Festival Recounts Horror: 'If You Fell, You Were Just Screwed' As of late January, nearly 400 lawsuits filed against Scott and Live Nation over the music festival tragedy are being handled as one case representing nearly 2,800 victims. In the suit, the plaintiffs are seeking billions of dollars in damages and allege negligence in the planning and managing of the music festival. RELATED VIDEO: Houston Fire Chief Says Officials 'Need to Get to the Bottom of' Deadly Crowd Surge at Astroworld Festival Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. In Scott's first interview a month after the tragedy, the "Sicko Mode" rapper — who has denied allegations of negligence and previously requested to be dismissed from several lawsuits — claimed that he couldn't hear any screams for help when the crowd surge began. "It's 50,000 people … you got lights, you got sound, you got [pyrotechnics], you got your in-ears, you got the band, there's all types of stuff going on," he told Charlamagne Tha God. "Everything kind of just sounds the same. At the end of the day, you just hear music."