Travis Scott is trying to make a comeback after his reputation was crushed under the weight of the deadly Astroworld tragedy. Lawsuits are still piling up for Travis as he attempts to rehabilitate his public image. We will soon find out how fans react to Scott, as he has his first public performance scheduled. T-Pain believes Travis Scott is right to get back to doing what he does best.
T-Pain said that his first headline slot at the Primavera Sound festival is the perfect place for him to rebrand his career. Teddy met TMZ at LAX recently. He believes Travis needed a venue like Primavera to prove himself.
He raised an interesting point: a time-out for the sake of a time-out isn’t particularly beneficial. As he points out, many people are imprisoned and then released to commit the same crime. Travis will, without a doubt, take precautions to keep the crowd safe, according to T-Pain.
The crowd will be much larger than at Astroworld; in the past, up to 200,000 people have attended the South American festival, while Houston officials estimated 50K attended Travis’ fatal concert in November. According to our sources, this is just one of many gigs Scott has coming up, and he’ll be announcing three U.S. festival appearances soon.
Aside from festivals, Travis will perform his first public performance, Astroworld Tragedy, at hotspot E11EVEN in May, during Race Week. There will be a Formula One Grand Prix around the same time, so demand will be high — it’s almost sold out.
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