Travis Scott and Drake have been indicted for the massive Astroworld Festival incident that occurred over the weekend and left eight people dead.


At the Travis Scott music festival Astroworld where eight people died and hundreds were injured as a result of the incident.

According to media reports, an increase in the crowd caused widespread panic within the crowd, which caused people to leave the scene and step on others.

Video footage from the night shows fans breaking down barriers to entering the show. While other videos show Scott performing despite prayers for help from them in the crowd.

Texas Attorney Thomas J. Henry filed a lawsuit Sunday against Travis Scott or as he is actually called Jacques Bermon Webster and Drake, whose real name is Aubrey Drake Graham.

Henry reportedly filed a lawsuit against his client, Christian Paredes, who filed the lawsuit seeking more than $ 1 million in damages after Drake and Scott “incited the crowd” that left him injured. Henry noted that Drake and Scott continued to perform even when vehicles tried to break through the crowd to help those injured and others demanded that the show be stopped. He stated that:

Live musical performances are meant to inspire, not bring tragedy. Many of these concert attendees waited for this event for months and they deserved a safe environment in which to have fun and enjoy the evening. Instead, their night was a night of fear, injury, and death.

Rapper Travis Scott further responded to the news of the incident in an Instagram post where he said: “Honestly I am just devastated. We are actually working now to identify the families in order to help them in this difficult time. “

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