NEWS || Families Of 2 Astroworld Tragedy Victims Upset By Travis Scott’s Interview (READ)


A couple of days ago, Travis Scott finally broke his silence since the AStroworld tragedy, as videos of his interview with circulated the internet.

Although he got really emotional while speaking his heart out about the unfortunate incident that reportedly claimed about 10 lives, leaving many injured, his interview was met with mixed feelings.

It has been reported that 2 of the families that were affected by the unfortunate incident are upset by his expression during his interview. It was not good enough, according to the lawyers for victims Rudy Peña, and Axel Acosta. Both of the families of these victims are suing Scott.

You will also recall that Travis Scott is being slapped with several legal battles right now, as we earlier reported that Drake, Apple Music, and some others are being sued.

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Peña’s attorney spoke with TMZ and said that the interview did not bring the family any healing, and that they thought Scott was not taking proper accountability: (For) Rudy’s family, it didn’t heal them… The family just recently visited Houston, the site of (Rudy’s) memorial, last Sunday, and we nearly inconsolable. We have not met with Mr. Scott, and hasn’t even really been considered at this point… In my discussions with Rudy’s sister Jennifer Peña, she feels that this person (Scott) ultimately, regardless of what he’s saying in a 51-minute sit-down chat, has a history of encouraging, promoting, seeking and inciting behaviors at his events that are dangerous and could potentially be life threatening.

Tony Buzbee, the attorney for Axel Acosta’s family, does not believe Travis has been sincere in his response to Astroworld: Axel Acosta and the many others killed or injured are the victims. Travis Scott, his entourage, handlers, promoters, managers, hangers on and everyone else who enable him are the problem. Everything that Travis Scott has done or said since ten people died and hundreds of others were injured at his concert has been lawyer driven and calculated to shift blame from him to someone else.

Travis Scott’s attorney Ed McPherson claims that Travis was determined to do the interview because he wanted to be a part of the healing process for the families involved: This was all Travis. Travis insisted on it. He’s been wanting to speak out to his fans, the public in general, the families. He’s been trying to reach out to the families, and this was his way to do it and tell them he’s serious about that…He just wants them to know he’s still available and wants to help heal.

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