Kylie Jenner was also shocked by the drama during her friend Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival. The reality star and entrepreneur also attended Friday when he crushed at least eight visitors to death and injured hundreds during the event in Houston. Meanwhile, the role of Scott himself is also being investigated.
“Travis and I are devastated and devastated. My thoughts and prayers are with all those who died, were injured, or were in any way affected by yesterday’s events.”
The reality star was criticized for making videos of Scott’s party and sharing them on her Instagram stories while the situation was spiraling out of control. In his own words, Jenner didn’t know it at the time. “I want to make it clear that we were not aware of the dead until the news came out after the show and that we would not continue filming or performing under any circumstances.”
Many festival-goers lost consciousness in the crowd in front of the stage. Chaos also prevailed elsewhere on the site. The investigation into the cause is still ongoing.
This investigation also looks at what Scott did himself. In one of the concert videos – which has since been deleted – the rapper is said to have shouted that he “wanted to see the rage”. As the performance continues after the show ends, he shouts “to shake the earth.”
This isn’t the first time things have gotten out of hand in the wild atmosphere of Scott’s shows. For example, he was tapped five years ago for encouraging fans to climb broken barriers. By the way, during Astroworld in 2019, 3 fans got hurt when they did. At a show in Manhattan, a fan was paralyzed after being pushed from a balcony. Then the fan sued Scott.