On Friday (November 5), after eight people were killed and hundreds more were injured in a crowd surge at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival, the musician posted an apology video on Instagram.
I’d want to say a prayer for the people who died last night. Currently, we are striving to locate the families so that we may provide assistance to them as they go through this difficult time.
Since their support means so much to me, it’s important to me that they have a good time when they visit my page.
If I notice something suspicious, I immediately pause the broadcast and do what I can to provide the person in need the assistance they require. I really couldn’t fathom the gravity of the issue,” he went on.
He then urged anyone with knowledge to “call your local authorities,” adding that he has been working closely with everyone to “attempt and get to the bottom of this.”
Some of Travis Scott’s followers on Twitter have criticised his apology video, calling it “forced,” “false,” and “lack[ing] emotion.”
Scott’s influence is compelling.
When Scott and Quavo eventually release their long-awaited collaborative record, the meme pretty accurately captures my response. In a tape released earlier this month, Quavo once again encouraged his audience to be patient.
He swore, “It’s COMIN!!!! ” As many as 20 songs were being considered for inclusion on the compilation at one time.
Scott is also getting his AstroWorld record ready for release, and he has a tour planned that will bring real rides from amusement parks to each location.
Regarding Travis Scott’s Denial
Apology The video in question is Travis Scott’s video in which he expresses his sorrow and sympathies for the deaths that occurred at the Astroworld music event that he and Livenation hosted in Houston, Texas in 2021.
On November 7th, Scott posted a video to his Instagram Story that has since been widely mocked for being insincere due to the usage of a black-and-white filter and the method in which Scott continuously wipes his forehead. Parodies of the video appeared on the social media platform TikTok.
Stupid People Crashing into Each Other at Astroworld 2021
A two-day music festival organized by American rapper Travis Scott began on November 5, 2021, in NRG Park in Houston, Texas. People were reportedly trampled and others injured as they surged through an overcrowded access gate to get to the event early that day.
 (video shown below). The projected attendance was 50,000, although the maximum capacity of the venue was 200,000.