People have been injured and lives have been lost at Astroworld. Travis Scott started the music festival in celebration of Six Flags AstroWorld, according to reports. He wanted to tell his audience about his childhood.
Scott, on the other hand, has a history of inciting his admirers to behave rashly and wreak havoc. Despite this, no one died as a result of his heinous games.
It was a night no one would forget, and it was nothing like the Six Flags it was based on.
Will Scott Have To Pay The Price For His Rash Behavior?
Scott is now facing thirty-six lawsuits. Apple Music, Live Nation, and even Drake are among the companies cited specifically in a number of complaints.
The largest lawsuit has been filed by Houston attorney Tony Buzbee. Buzbee is representing a large number of people who were affected by the terrible music festival. One of Buzbee’s many clients, Axel Acosta Avila, was slain during the concert.
How Much Is Travis Scott Sued For?
Scott is anticipating a payout of $750 million. He wished to relive his boyhood memories at Six Flags AstroWorld. Instead, he produced a night of terror and anguish, and now people are demanding that he pay the price.
What Is Six Flags Astroworld?
Six Flags established Six Flags AstroWorld in Houston, Texas, in 1968. It was home to famous rides like the Texas Cyclone before it was the scene of chaos and tragedy.
Back then, children connected the region with happy moments spent with their families and friends. Kids nowadays identify the neighbourhood with NRG Park because of its close vicinity. Scott’s Astroworld Music Festival is what they remember more than the rides.
The rapper, who was born in Houston, may have fond recollections of Six Flags AstroWorld. Those good recollections, however, would quickly turn sour in the span of a single night.