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What’s Happening after the Travis Scott Concert?

Ten People Killed at Travis Scott Concert

On November 5, 2021 in Houston, 10 people were killed at a Travis Scott concert, due to the massive crowd surge. Dozens were injured. This all started when Travis Scott said, “I want to see some rages. Who wants to rage?” Many at the concert say that the aggressiveness of the crowd could have been prevented or stopped earlier. 


Fans are angry because this could have been stopped or avoided as many feel that he encouraged the rowdy behavior.


After Travis Scott’s recent concert, he’s been trying to reach out to the families that lost a loved one. “Travis Scott’s offer to pay the funeral cost for Astroworld victims has been rejected by half of the bereaved families,” BBC says. He is attempting to pay for funeral costs, but no amount of money that these families are given can fix the pain that they’re experiencing. 


The family of those victims fails to believe that his gesture is genuine. BBC states “If he’s trying to impress upon the families that he’s sincere and has concern for them and realize that funerals can be expensive, what Scott’s team did is not the way to do it.” The way Scott is presenting himself to these families makes them believe that the last thing Travis Scott is, is authentic.


“He says he feels sorry for them, but he’s quick to say it wasn’t his fault," said reports at the BBC. Ever since the Astroworld concert, Travis Scott has been getting a good amount of hate thrown at him. People are saying he’s disingenuous, pointing fingers, and that this is all his fault. Instead of  Scott taking the blame for his own actions, he keeps on saying that it wasn’t his fault, and it’s no different than pointing fingers at someone else. 


According to Scott, “Anytime I could make out anything that’s going on, I just stopped the show and helped them get the help they need. I could just never imagine the severity of the situation.”  


Fans are traumatized by this year's Travis Scott's concert, according to CNN. "This year’s festival will be stuck with me forever,” one fan said.  


“I looked around and just saw people stare and others continuing to enjoy themselves as if these people meant nothing. It felt like there was little humanity in that crowd,” Beltran says. The whole concert seemed like a nightmare to  these fans.