Travis Scott Makes Important Move Following ‘Concert Massacre’

Travis Scott made an important move following the recent concert massacre. Check out the latest reports that have been revealed by The Shade Room.

‘Earlier this week, #TravisScott gave his first response to 11 of the lawsuits filed against him for the #Astrworld tragedy,’ TSR notes.

According to reports, Scott is denying any liability for what took place.

‘Among the suits asked for dismissal are filings by Bhaghu Shahani, father of 22-year-old Bharti Shahani, one of 10 concert-goers that died a crowd surged,’ @houstonchron reported.

Someone said: ‘You know them shits ain’t getting dismissed Travis,’ and a commenter posted this: ‘I mean normally when people get sued they deny liability lmaoo.’

A follower said: ‘Super sad situation but still failing to see how any of this was truly his fault,’ and one other follower posted this: ‘I don’t know why people were saying he was responsible in the first place.’

Someone else said: ‘Idc he responsible he seen everything happening in the crowd even if he didn’t see it immediately when the ambulance was in the crowd he still proceeded.’

A fan said: ‘I agree with what he is asking. He was the performer. Astroworld and Promoter are the ones liable. Why should he as the performer be responsible for the behavior of others that security and whoever hired them be the ones held accountable.’

Somoene else said: ‘There should be penalties for filing these blanket lawsuits. File against the appropriate party…not the ones you feel have the deepest pockets.’

Not too long ago, it’s been revealed that the Travis Scott-related tragedy continues, and he’s now facing a two billion dollar lawsuit.

One other follower said; ‘If you didn’t condone the way how your fans behave none of this would’ve happened.’

The Shade Room notes that ‘the legal nightmare facing #TravisScott in the wake of the tragedy at his #Astroworld festival that has currently claimed the lives of 10 people is now abundantly worse—as he (along with others) has just been hit with a new lawsuit totaling billions. According to new court documents,  Travis Scott   , #Drake, #LiveNation, NRG Stadium, #AppleMusic and more are facing a $2 billion lawsuit following the deadly incident at Astroworld.’

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