Travis Scott is preparing for a documentary titled Concert Crush: The Travis Scott Festival Tragedy. Lawyers are still raising issues and lawsuits are piling up but it seems all those things won’t really be much of a hindrance to him.
After the Astroworld tragedy ruined his reputation, this is one of the attempts by Travis to reinstate his public image. The said documentary film will premiere this weekend in 11 Texas cities, which Austin, Dallas, and Travis Scott’s hometown of Houston.
Charlie Minn who is directing the documentary spoke with Associated Press and said that the film will feature interviews with concert-goers. It will also explore ways that could’ve prevented from it happening.
“My job is to make the most truthful, honest, sincere documentary from the victim’s point of view …” Minn explained. “We need to know about these stories to prevent it from happening again.”
All those affected with the Astroworld tragedy have filed hundreds of lawsuits against Travis. The lawyers involved have expressed their concerns to the judge regarding the release of the documentary.
Most of the concerns stem from the fact that the film will capitalize on the death of victims and the suffering of affected families. No legal actions have been taken yet though and it remains to be seen if this stays this way.
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