#Astroworld #festival #Tragedy: #TravisScott set to foot funeral arrangements of the 8 Victims who at his wild show

    #Astroworld #festival #Tragedy: #TravisScott set to foot burial arrangements of the 8 Victims who at his wild show

    #Astroworld #festival #Tragedy: #TravisScott set to foot burial arrangements of the 8 Victims who at his wild show

    These famous websites/ Instagram handles have explained the current predicament being faced by Travis Scott because of his Fortnite event at the moment.

    while the promotes hyper activity, many even worsened it with the drugs and more chaos, but led to people getting killed due to stampede and many other injured.

    He has been sued by these victims and their families, he is suspected to plan a refund, to foot the burial costs of the victim’s and face many possible charges.

    Reposted from @officialkenbarbie Well, I don’t think any of us are really surprised by this news. The only thing I guess is how quickly it’s moving but then again when some folks have suffered such loss and trauma… can you blame them? An attendee at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival is already suing the organizers.Travis Scott and the organizers of the 2021 Astroworld Festival are facing their first lawsuit as a result of the tragedy which took place Friday night, when eight attendees were killed during a crowd surge. The lawsuit, filed by Manuel Souza, claims the deaths and injuries were caused by “a motivation for profit at the expense of concertgoers’ health and safety” and the “encouragement of violence.”In the petition, filed Saturday in Harris County District Court according to Billboard, Souza’s attorney, Steve Kherkher, claims that “Defendants failed to properly plan and conduct the concert in a safe manner. Instead, they consciously ignored the extreme risks of harm to concertgoers, and, in some cases actively encouraged and fomented dangerous behaviors.”In addition to eight deaths, at least 300 concertgoers were injured at the show. Kherkher described the scene at Astroworld as “a complete melee, resulting in the needless, untimely death of at least 8 people and injuries to scores of others.”Saturday night, Scott explained in a video on Instagram that he plans to work with the City of Houston, the local police and fire departments to get to the bottom of what caused the tragedy. More lawsuits are definitely expected to be filed in the near (and obviously in the very near future). I feel like there are several factors at fault here, starting with the organizers and security… but we’ll talk about that later. Who do you think should have to pay up? Keep it locked to as more info rolls out. #travisscott #travisscottfans #astroworldfest #astroworld #astrofest #utopia #sickomode #rodeo #jackboy

    Reposted from @yourlossbae_ Posted #gossipofthecity_ Whew chile two lawsuits have been filed against Travis Scott & Live Nation with one naming Drake as a defendant in their claim as well.😱According to TMZ a guy named Miguel Souza filed his suit Saturday in Harris County District Court claiming he was hurt during the concert and alleging both negligence and gross negligence on behalf of Travis, Live Nation and others he lists as defendants. In legal docs, Souza says the tragedy was “predictable and preventable” in which he says there were warning signs earlier in the day that festival organizers allegedly ignored. He also alleges that organizers let the show go on despite evidence that people were in serious distress and suffering “serious obvious injury.” He’s suing for at least a million dollars in damages. In the second lawsuit, a person named Kristian Paredes is suing Travis, Drake and Live Nation for negligence as well claiming that Travis’ concert history should have been considered by those who helped plan and execute Astroworld this year. Kristian claims Travis and Drake helped incite the crowd, which caused them to get hurt. Kristian also claims those who organized the event’s security and logistics including Travis did a poor job of planning and keeping everyone safe. Kristian is also seeking at least a million dollars in damages.Yikes!🥴Thoughts?💭GOTC Staff: Brooklyn

    Reposted from @somelikeithaute__ Along with refunding all 50,000 attendees their money back from the Astroworld Festival, Travis Scott will reportedly be fully covering any and all funeral costs for the families of the 8 people who passed away at the concert this weekend.The money will be coming from Travis’own pocket and according to a report from TMZ, there’ll be no questions asked as it pertains to those 8 individuals and what their families might need to properly lay their loved ones to rest. Travis is also partnering with BetterHelp, a network of mental health professionals, to offer mental health services, for free, to anyone who attended Astroworld Fest who may need to talk through their trauma.The BetterHelp resources will amount to one-on-one virtual therapy sessions with trained, licensed professionals working with the org. On top of this, BetterHelp will also team up with the National Alliance of Mental Illness for people who may need more help than just virtual and there’s going be a hotline set up to that end, which Travis is also overseeing. #thekardashians #krisjenner #robkardashian #scottdisick #kanyewest #kendalljenner #kyliejenner #traviscott #stormiwebster #teonnyspears #louisianablogger #somelikeithaute #goosebumps #cactusjack #astroworld #laflame #livenation #cactusjack #astroworld #astroworldfestival #houston #sickomode

    Reposted from @thejasminebrand More details are coming out about Travis Scott’s response to the Astroworld tragedy where at least eight people died and hundreds were injured.

    In the latest, the rapper plans on covering funeral costs to those who lost their lives at the event. There will reportedly be no questions asked concerning what the families need to bury their loved ones.

    Additionally, Travis Scott has joined forces with BetterHelp to provide free mental health services to attendees. Services include individual virtual therapy with BetterHelp professionals. National Alliance of Mental Illness will also provide assistance for those who need help outside of online therapy.

    The rapper is slated to manage a hotline attendees can call to receive help. A system will reportedly be in place to confirm callers actually attended Astroworld. He will also refund all Astroworld tickets to concert-goers. He is said to have pulled out of the Day N Vegas festival, as he is reportedly being “too distraught to play.” Full story on

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