Almost three weeks after ten people died in Travis Scott’s Astroworld performance, the rapper made his first public outing alongside Corey Gamble and Mark Wahlberg.
Travis Scott was seen in public for the first time since ten people died from the deadly influx of crowds at his Astroworld concert on November 5. In Pictures posted on social media, Travis, 30, sat next to Mark Wahlberg and Corey gamble on an outdoor patio in Southern California. Travis is busy with his phone while Mark, 50, and Corey, 41, chat. In another photo, the rapper “Sicko Mode” poses next to the French-American actor Saïd Taghmaoui while in a golf cart. Noted posted footage of himself playing golf with Mark and Michael jordan Tuesday (23 November), according to PEOPLE, at Madison Club in La Quinta, but Travis is not in the pictures.
It would make sense for Travis’ first public appearance to be at the Madison Club, as it is an exclusive golf club and gated community in Southern California. Current residents include Travis’ “in-laws”, Kris jenner and Kourtney kardashian, as good as Cindy Crawford, Lori Loughlin, Mossimo Giannulli, and CEO of Apple Tim cook. If La Flame needed a place to go after the Houston tragedy, that safe place would be this one.
Travis has kept a low profile since news broke about dozens injured and ten people killed while filming Astroworld. “The fact that this has happened in Houston, which he loves, and there are so many people out there that he’s close to… it’s particularly devastating,” his attorney said. Ed McPherson, said a week after the tragedy. “He’s been home locked up since this happened and isn’t coming out at all.” Travis was spotted outside his Houston mansion on November 11, his first appearance since the concert. In the photos, Travis wrapped himself in a blanket covered in white “H’s” as he spoke on a cell phone.
It may take some time for Travis to perform or be spotted in public again. There have been several lawsuits against him and the festival promoters over the fatal tragedy. John Werner with Réaud, Morgan and Quinn Recount HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY that it can take “years” before a settlement is reached and all victims are compensated. “After the evidence gathered during the investigation, a few questions need to be answered. What did he know? When did he find out? What opportunities has he had to do something about it? For Travis Scott, we don’t know what kind of contractual influence he had on performance.
“Overall, the settlements or verdicts will be in the range of $ 100 million,” Werner said. HollywoodLife, and that might be a conservative estimate. Thomas J. Henry, a lawyer from Texas, released a statement on Nov. 18 on how he is representing 282 plaintiffs in a massive $ 2 billion lawsuit against Travis Scott, Aubrey drake graham (a.k.a Duck), Live Nation and NRG Stadium.
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