Travis Scott offers full refund to Astroworld attendees
If you missed it Travis Scott organised a festival called Astroworld in Houston and sadly members of the crowd were crushed, resulting in fatalities. The full story is here!
The Houston Police Chief Troy Finner has now released a statement on the Astroworld Festival tragedy:
“I met with Travis Scott and his head of security for a few moments last Friday prior to the main event. I expressed my concerns regarding public safety…”
This has led to other people coming forward, including Travis Scott’s former manager Shane Morris who has released a video describing how the rapper left him for dead while he was having a seizure in a basement:
“Travis Scott is the worst person I’ve worked with in my entire career in music,”
Travis Scott’s former manager Shane Morris says the rapper left him for dead while he was having a seizure in a basement:— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) November 8, 2021
“Travis Scott is the worst person I’ve worked with in my entire career in music,” pic.twitter.com/LrMTonsf2g
An Astroworld Festival attendee has now filed a lawsuit against Drake and is seeking $1 million in damages.
The victim claims the rapper joined Travis Scott as a surprise onstage guest and “helped incite the crowd” to a level that was “out of control.”
Travis and his partner Kylie Jenner have claimed they didn't know what was happening on stage, despite Kylie's Instagram story showing an ambulance in the crowd:
According to 'Variety' reports Travis Scott will provide full refunds for all attendees who bought tickets to Astroworld plus he’s going to pay funeral expenses too.
Our thoughts are with the families of those affected.