Travis Scott Hits Miami Club For First Public Performance After Astroworld Tragedy

Travis Scott performing at 3:30 a.m. late Saturday (or early Sunday, if you want to get technical) at Miami’s E11EVEN Club, part of Grand Prix weekend celebrations. It was the hip hop star’s first public performance since the disaster at his Astroworld Festival in November. Eight people died on the spot due to a spike in crowds, and two others died in hospital. day after that. Many noted at the time that Scott had a history of encouraging mayhem at his performances, even leading to his arrests in Chicago in 2015 and Arkansas in 2017.

PageSix reported that the star took to the stage with renewed courage, clutching a bottle of Don Julio 1942 tequila (a brandy) and tossing a stack of money into the crowd. “Everybody owes me a spot,” he said, adding, “We need every stripper to report on the f-king stage right now. We need every bottle of wine reported to this mother-daughter class. “

TMZ reported that Quavo joined Scott towards the end of the 45-minute film, on their 2017 track “Dubai Shit,” then handed the mic to someone in the crowd, in the salesman’s opinion. , is “super impressive.”

The show lasted until about 4:15 a.m., according to PageSix, and tables for the event reportedly sold for between $5,000 and $100,000. (Maybe after 50K you’ll get a free hat or something.) Before this weekend, Scott’s post-Astroworld shows had only been at private parties: one was supposed to be at Coachella, another party in Bel-Air with Leonardo DiCaprio and Serena Williams as a guest.

TMZ added that Scott “didn’t blow away” when he left the stage and was seen hanging around until 6am. They uncover a host of celebrities, including Future, Tyga, Zedd, will.i.amand Busta Rhymes.

In February of this year, Scott and Kyler Jenner had their second child together. At first, they named the boy Wolf but then notice that it has been changed. Jenner said she will reveal the new name “when she’s ready.”

Not long after the Astroland incident, Scott and concert promoter Live Nation found themselves facing 11 different lawsuits. In late March of this year, Scott was charged with violating a gag order from those lawsuits when he made a social media announcement about the creation of Project HEAL. The organization’s website says it “merges initiatives ranging from academic scholarship, free mental health resources, innovative design hubs, and cutting-edge, technology-driven solutions to ensure safe for the event”. It added that it was “a long-term, multi-tiered community-focused philanthropy and investment chain” and that “part of the proceeds from [Travis Scott’s] upcoming product launches will also aim for peace of mind”.

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Zack Zwiezen

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