Travis Scott’s name has made headlines lately for reasons he certainly wouldn’t have wanted. This is because Scott’s latest Astroworld concert ended in utter tragedy. It seems Drake made a major decision because of the tragedy.
As reported earlier, Travis Scott’s first night of his Astroworld concert in Houston ended in the deaths of 8 people after a stampede broke out. On top of that, more than 300 people also suffered injuries. Another has died from her injuries after being declared braindead.
That was not all as a 9-year-old succumbed to his injuries after getting trampled during the Astroworld concert. It simply kept on getting worse as days progressed. In addition to that, a Hulu documentary was made on the tragic incident, which led to a lot of outrage.
While speaking to Drink Champs, French Montana talked about Drake pulling a song called “Splash Brothers” from Montana’s album “They Got Amnesia.” Montana stated that Drake pulled the song because of the Astroworld tragedy, where Drake also performed.
“The record wasn’t fully done yet. We still had to change a couple of things in the record, and he was telling me to push the album back so I can have the record.
He was going to make the change and that thing just happened. So, the guy’s not in the right state of mind, like nine people died and a nine-year-old, God bless man, send love to all they families. I don’t expect him to get in the studio and fix the record, like that would be selfish of me.”
Several victims from the Astroworld concert also showed off their horrific injuries recently. The concert riot was also said to be a targeted attack. Fans even tried to stop the concert when the riot started during the concert but to no avail. We hope such a horrific incident never happens again.
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