Angry Protester Harasses Travis Scott Outside Houston Mansion Following Deadly Astroworld Festival: 'You Destroyed Lives'
Calling him out.
One individual is telling Travis Scott how she really feels about the Astroworld Festival tragedy.
The “goosebumps” rapper was on stage in Houston, Tex., on Friday, November 5, when a deadly crowd surge killed 9 concertgoers and injured over 300.
Scott has since been blasted by the media for not doing enough to stop the show once members of the crowd began getting seriously injured and dying in the horrific stampede.
One angry protester took matters into her own hands when she showed up with signs at the 30-year-old’s mansion in Houston to blame Scott for last weekend’s incident.
The woman in the photograph posted to Twitter by News Nation Now’s Brian Entin on Friday, November 12, is holding one sign that reads, “Travis Scott Lives Here,” and another with the message, “You destroyed lives. You deserve bankruptcy.”
The second sign also called out a list of social media handles of other people reportedly involved in the fatal Astroworld concert, including Drake and Kylie Jenner, who were also in attendance for the event, as well as Apple Music, the entertainment company Live Nation and the concert stadium venue, NRG Park. Underneath the names, the text read “You failed too.”
Drake and Scott have both been hit with lawsuits following their performances at the festival, although Jenner previously stated that she and her baby daddy weren’t aware of “any fatalities” until news broke after the show.
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Masses of people have been flocking to social media to bash the “SICKO MODE” singer for allegedly ignoring fans screaming for help in the audience and the ambulances trying to get through mobs of people.
The Houston Fire Chief also claimed that Scott had a responsibility to stop the show and that he “absolutely” should have stopped performing once it became clear that something was wrong in the crowd.
However, Scott’s attorney recently stated on Good Morning America that his client “didn’t really understand the full effect of everything until the next morning,” adding, “Truly he did not know what was going on.”
As OK! previously reported, the rap star was spotted for the first time since last weekend at the same Texas mansion where a protester showed up.
Scott was seen pacing outside of the $14 million home where he has been holed up with Jenner and his 3-year-old daughter Stormi since last weekend’s horrific events. Jenner reportedly flew back to L.A. with the pair’s toddler on Friday.
Scott and Jenner — who both posted sentiments on their socials following the tragedy — have apparently been “sobbing” since last week, as they both called their teams ahead of the impending legal woes.