Travis Scott Suffers A Terrible Career Blow Following Concert Massacre
Travis Scott is suffering more and more disappointment following the terrible tragedy that took place at his concerts which left a lot of kids dead. Check out what happened below.
The Shade Room notes: 'Just days after #TravisScott’s first interview since the Astroworld Fest tragedy, it is being reported that the rapper will no longer be taking the stage at Coachella 2022.'
TSR said: 'According to @kesq_news_channel_3, the city of Indio's Community Services Manager Jim Curtis revealed that Travis has been removed from the Coachella 2022 lineup following the backlash stemming from the tragic deaths that occurred at Astroworld Fest.'
TSR posted this: 'Back in November, an online petition made its rounds on social media, which called for Coachella organizers Goldenvoice and Paul Tollett to remove Travis from the music festivals. The petition has since garnered almost 60,000 signatures.'
Someone said: 'Damn the venue and management is more responsible than he is though,' and a fan said: 'He couldn't stop that shit that happened from happening.'
A commenter posted this: 'Waiting for the comments to get seasoned a bit I’ll be back!' and a commenter said: 'Sad how they blaming this man for everything…'
One other follower said: 'How is this his fault when people in crowds cant control themselves this is ridiculous.'
A fan said: 'Rockstars been pushing mosh pits for years but ima mind my business.'
It's been also revealed that Travis Scott made an important move following the recent concert massacre. Check out the latest reports that have been revealed by The Shade Room.
'Earlier this week, #TravisScott gave his first response to 11 of the lawsuits filed against him for the #Astrworld tragedy,' TSR notes.
According to reports, Scott is denying any liability for what took place.
'Among the suits asked for dismissal are filings by Bhaghu Shahani, father of 22-year-old Bharti Shahani, one of 10 concert-goers that died a crowd surged,' @houstonchron reported.
Someone said: 'You know them shits ain’t getting dismissed Travis,' and a commenter posted this: 'I mean normally when people get sued they deny liability lmaoo.'