After the Astroworld tragedy, Travis Scott is finally leaving his home in Houston. He flew to SoCal to spend his holiday weekend with his family. The rapper then went to golf with some of his A-list friends to let off some steam.

Travis went golfing and gambling this week with his friends Michael Jordan, Mark Wahlberg, Kris Jenner’s BF, Corey Gamble and actor Said Taghmaoui. Travis was laying low at his home in the Houston area for several weeks, devastated by what went down during the concert. Legal nightmares are also mounting all around him. He is finally out taking some time off controversies and breathe a bit.

On Tuesday, witnesses spotted the famous group on the golf course. The brilliant course is attached to the gated Palm Springs-area community where Kris has a home. The rapper seemed pretty dull in some shots he took while they were chilling off the course.

The outing marks the first time the rapper’s been seen out in public since 10 people were killed and hundreds injured during his Nov. 5 festival in Houston. As TMZ reported, Travis, Live Nation, Apple and several other organizers have been hit with multiple lawsuits since then. Most notably, one for $750 million and another for a whopping $2 billion.

Ed McPherson, attorney of Travis said that the rapper was unaware of the scope of casualties during his performance. He didn’t even learn of it until several hours after the show. Travis has vowed to pay all funeral expenses for the Astroworld victims.

As for his trip to Cali, Travis will be surrounded by Kylie Jenner and her family for the Thanksgiving holiday. What’s your take on this story? Sound off in the comments!

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