Astroworld Tragedy

Astroworld Tragedy – Two Security Guards Sue Travis Scott

Two security guards who were on duty the night of the Astroworld tragedy have filed lawsuits against Travis Scott.

The lawsuit was filed by Samuel and Jackson Bush, who were security personnel for the event, specifically targeting Scott. The brothers claimed they had to watch as others were trampled on and one of them had to pull a lifeless body from the mayhem.

Samuel and Jackson Bush are reportedly suing Travis Scott for making them to deal with corpses.

The lawsuit, according to reports, names 28 people and firms, including Scott, Cactus Jack Records, Live Nation, ScoreMore, NRG Park, and some other companies.

They are seeking more than $1 million in compensation.

According to the complaint, AJ Melino & Associations took few measures to prepare its hired staff for the turmoil that followed.

They failed to conduct background checks. They did not provide any training.

There was no walkie-talkies so they could communicate with superiors when things went wrong.

The Astroworld Tragedy left a lot of people dead and dozens of individuals were injured while attending the event.

Travis Scott, who performed at the event, was sued by several other victims for damages during the show.

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Astroworld Tragedy Travis Scott Is Facing A 750 Million Lawsuit In Court THEURBANSPOTLIGHT.COM

Astroworld Tragedy – Travis Scott Is Facing A $750 Million Lawsuit In Court

After the Astroworld catastrophe, Travis Scott has been under a lot of strain. Following the show’s deadly toll of ten fatalities and hundreds of injuries, Scott has faced numerous lawsuits from the relatives of those who died. The artist now faces an even more daunting challenge.

Since the incident, the rapper has been trapped in his home, according to reports. While his attorney stated that La Flame was unaware of the tragedy until later, he has missed out on several crucial deals.

The release of Nike’s collaborative shoes with Scott has been delayed. With the mounting legal difficulties piling up, Scott now faces an even larger obstacle.

125 fans and the families of the victims in the calamity have now filed a lawsuit against Travis Scott, Drake, Apple, Live Nation, and other corporations.TMZ reports that $750 million is being sought as compensation for those who were injured or died as a result of the Astroworld fire. The lawsuit, which was filed, demands money for both physical and mental health issues as well as the loss of life.

The case is handled by Houston attorney Tony Buzbee, who said:

The families of the deceased are entitled to compensation that will compensate them for what they have lost. No amount of money can ever repair or replace their lives. The damages sought in this case, on the other hand, attempt to compensate these plaintiffs for their losses and injuries — nothing more and nothing less.

After the tragedy, Travis Scott and Astroworld offered all of their attendees a refund.

No doubt, the lawsuits and the serious nature of the incident will most likely prevent any brands or media outlets from working with Scott in the future.

What’s your thoughts on Travis Scott being sued $750 million for the accident in Astroworld? Comment below.

Travis Scotts Nike Collaboration Has Been Delayed After Astroworld THEURBANSPOTLIGHT.COM

Travis Scott’s Nike Collaboration Has Been Delayed After Astroworld

Nike has decided not to release the sneaker that was designed with Travis Scott for the time being. TMZ reports that the sports brand announced on Monday that the debut will be postponed due to the rap artist’s deadly Astroworld Festival.

“Out of respect for everyone impacted by the tragic events at the Astroworld Festival, we are postponing the launch of the Air Max 1 x Cactus Jack,” Nike announced it in a post on its website.

The Air Max 1 x Cactus Jack was supposed to be available starting on December 16, but that has been postponed indefinitely.

Another project Travis is working on may be jeopardized by the festival that got out of control. According to Rolling Stone, Dior is concerned about the next clothing collection, which should be launched early in 2022. The fashion house has not yet spoken out regarding this matter.

On Sunday, a tenth fatality occurred due to Travis Scott’s performance at his music festival in Houston. On Saturday, dozens of individuals were injured while attending the event. Fans have been upset over the way he handled the situation, which resulted in several fatalities. The singer has been criticized for not ending his performance quickly enough after panic erupted among the audience. Dozens of people have already sued him.

Charges For Festival Drama With Travis Scott Are Rising Considerably THEURBANSPOTLIGHT.COM

Charges For Festival Drama With Travis Scott Are Rising Considerably

The charges against the fatal Astroworld Festival in Houston last Friday continue to rise. So far, according to music magazine Billboard, 46 charges have been filed against rapper and creator Travis Scott and organizer Live Nation.

Festival-goers are demanding compensation for negligence. The visitors say that the Astroworld organization knew or should have known that the situation was dangerous.

At least eight people were killed and another 25 were seriously injured during the festival in the American city. During Scott’s performance, chaos and panic erupted in front of the stage, causing people to be oppressed.

Dior Very Concerned About Collaboration With Travis Scott After Astroworld Drama THEURBANSPOTLIGHT.COM

Dior ‘Very Concerned’ About Collaboration With Travis Scott After Astroworld Drama

After the drama during the Astroworld Festival of Travis Scott, Dior is not sure what to do with the upcoming collaboration with the rapper. An anonymous employee tells music magazine ‘Rolling Stone’ that the fashion house is ‘very concerned’.

“This is about social responsibility and respect for the public”

Dior is planning to release a collection in January in collaboration with the rapper. It would have been ready by now.

Now that eight people were killed during the festival last Friday, Dior is at a loss, according to the employee. Business reputation experts are thinking of different solutions for Dior.

For example, a marketing professor advises the fashion house to follow the line. “This is about social responsibility and respect for the public.” Others advise, for example, to donate the proceeds to a good cause.

Dior has not yet issued an official response to the news.

Father of 9 Year Old in Critical Condition Sues Travis Scott Astroworld Organizers THEURBANSPOTLIGHT.COM

Father of 9-Year-Old in Critical Condition Sues Travis Scott, Astroworld Organizers

The parents of 9-year-old Ezra Blount are suing Travis Scott (30) and the other Astroworld organizers. The boy is in a coma after he was trampled during the festival on Friday.

In the lawsuit, filed by the New York Post, the family says Ezra has suffered brain damage and also has problems with his lungs, liver and kidneys. The boy was at the festival with his father Treston, who previously described what happened to them that night on the site of an online family fundraiser. “I had my son on my shoulders, we were waiting for Drake to perform. Suddenly I was jostled. I couldn’t breathe and passed out. When I came to, I had lost my son.”

In the new court papers, the family states that Ezra was already “nearly kicked to death by other concertgoers” at the time. They accuse organizers Live Nation and ScoreMore, event venue NRG Park, Travis Scott and his record label Cactus Jack of having “greatly neglected” their duty to ensure the safety of visitors.

Fans Call For Travis Scotts Removal From Coachella THEURBANSPOTLIGHT.COM

Fans Call For Travis Scott’s Removal From Coachella

A Petition to have Travis Scott removed from Coachella has gone viral.

Following the horrible incident at Travis Scott’s Astroworld concert, the rapper has vowed to offer full refunds for all attendees who purchased tickets to the event.

Fans have launched a campaign to get the rapper banned from Coachella. This comes days after the deadly Astroworld event, in which eight people died and over 300 were injured.

The petition demands “Remove Travis Scott as a Goldenvoice performer,”. It has already surpassed 15,000 signatures and is on track to reach 25,000.

A series of events caused the cardiac arrest of several concert-goers, at least one stabbing (of a police officer with a hypodermic needle), as well as hundreds more who were injured in the 50,000-person crowd at the Astroworld festival.

Saturday’s second night of the festival was postponed after it became clear how many people had died on the first night. Scott released a statement expressing his sorrow.

A criminal investigation was opened in Texas on Saturday into the death of eight people and the hospitalization of dozens more at a concert by Travis Scott.

According to an insider, the entertainer is still “too upset to perform” at the upcoming Day N Vegas Festival on Saturday, November 13th, and has canceled his appearance.




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