According to the Daily Mail, rappers Travis Scott and Drake face a lawsuit after performing a concert on November 5. It turns out that 8 people lost their lives and dozens were injured, after a human stampede ended in tragedy. The outlook is not encouraging for musicians.
The first to confirm the lawsuit via Twitter was the Texas law firm Thomas J. Henry Law that spoke publicly about Travis Scott's Astroworld Festival in Texas. The commotion began at Houston's NRG Park just as a crowd approached the stage as Travis Scott was singing.
Both the families of the victims, as well as the attendees, sued the organizing company of the event, Live Nation, as well as the venue where the Astroworld Festival took place. One of the claims is that neither his security force, nor the artist Travis Scott, put a stop to the chaos. Although his partner, Kylie Jenner, said via social networks that the rapper asked for the show to be suspended four times.
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The lawsuit also fell on the shoulders of singer Drake, who was present at the Astroworld Festival. Both celebrities were accused of inciting chaos in their live performances. At the moment, the response of their legal representatives is unknown.
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