In the unpredictable world of live interviews, anything can happen.
But one thing you might not expect is a sudden earthquake, which is exactly what occurred to Jamaican musician Sean Paul during a recent online interview with artist Tofu Jack and Vice-documentary filmmaker Dan Zabludovsky.
The incident took place while Sean Paul was in Jamaica, participating in what seemed to be a routine interview session. In a clip from the interview, Sean Paul can be seen calmly answering a question, as one typically does during such interactions.
Suddenly, the dancehall star looks up, startled. “Oh shit, there’s an earthquake,” Sean Paul exclaims, before quickly making his exit from the room.
Meanwhile, the camera continues to roll, capturing the trembling room as the two interviewers watch in stunned silence.
According to the US Geological Survey, the earthquake measured a magnitude of 5.4 on the Richter scale and hit the Hope Bay area in Jamaica.
Fortunately, Sean Paul was reported to be unharmed in the incident, as reported by Vice.
The video of the incident quickly spread across social media, with fans expressing relief that Sean Paul was safe and admiration for his quick reaction.
As for Sean Paul, he took to social media later that day to reassure his fans and express his gratitude for the outpouring of concern and support.
He reminded everyone to stay safe and be prepared, highlighting the importance of earthquake readiness no matter where you are.
See the crazy video of Sean Paul escaping an earthquake live on camera below: