Travis Scott apparently didn’t know what was happening in the crowd at Friday night’s Astroworld Festival concert in Houston. When people began to rush towards NRG Stadium, at least eight people were reported to have been killed and more than 300 others injured. Police are still investigating the incident to determine what caused it. Saturday’s performance was canceled.
While video from social media showed Scott asking the crowd to stop, Scott performed and even invited Drake to be a special guest. Sources close to Scott said that Scott continued performing despite being asked by the crowd to stop. TMZHe “wasn’t aware of the extent”He was not aware of the events taking place in the crowd. He claimed he saw people collapse from dehydration. However, he didn’t know there were people in cardiac arrest. Scott did stop the show to examine people who looked unconscious. He also asked security to verify their identities. TMZAccording to sources, he “simply didn’t realize how bad it actually was.”
Scott is “utterly devastated”According to sources, these events were caused by Scott and his team. Scott and his team didn’t learn about the deaths or hospitalizations until Scott had stopped performing. He did release a statement on Saturday morning, saying that he is. “committed”Houston police authorities to assist in their investigation. The “Sicko Mode”Later, the rapper uploaded videos to Instagram. TMZReport by ‘, that he didn’t understand the “severity of the situation”While he was still performing.
Troy Finner, Houston Police Chief, said that the officers would continue to work together during a press conference held Saturday afternoon. “leave no stones unturned”He was involved in the investigation by the department. He confirmed that “one of the narratives was that someone was injecting other people with drugs.”One security guard said he felt like a “prick”He tried to control a concertgoer. ” When he was examined, he went unconscious. They administered NARCAN. He was revived and the medical staff did notice a prick that was similar to a prick that you would get if somebody was trying to inject,”Finner stated, reports KHOU.
Reports indicate that two of the victims were teenage teenagers aged 14-16 years old. KHOU. The age of the five remaining victims was 21, 23, 23, 23, 23 and 27, respectively. The eighth victim’s age was unknown at Saturday night. Turner said that six of the victims were relatives and that one victim came from far away. Thirteen of the injured are still being treated in hospital. The Houston Office of Emergency ManagementWe ask people who are still looking for loved ones to call 311 or 713-837-3113 or visit the Houston reunification center at 886 Kirby Drive.