Author: Angel Reyes  

In The News

A crowd of nearly 50,000 attended the Astroworld music festival that took place in Houston, Texas on Friday last weekend. The 29-year-old Houston native, Travis Scott, founded the Astroworld Festival back in 2018. At least eight people are dead from the violence and debauchery Scott incited in his fans, all ranging in ages from 14- to 27-years-old. By the time Live Nation forced Scott to stop performing, 25 people were being transported to a hospital, 11 suffered cardiac arrest, and over 300 were being treated at a “field hospital” on site. Thirteen currently remain hospitalized, five of which are minors. Witnesses and concertgoers who attended the mass casualty incident are sharing they felt like they were at a concert “from Hell.”

The two-day event ended early, with the second day completely canceled. Travis Scott and Drake are currently facing blame for negligently inciting riot and violence.

Investigation into The Event

Although investigation into video footage is still ongoing, Live Nation is cooperating with authorities. In the meantime, officials have set up a “reunification center” at a hotel across from the music venue.

Vides surfacing from the event that Friday night show the crowd pleading to security to stop the show while others are gasping for air. Sources also claim several accounts of drug spikings, including one security officer who medical personnel reported administering Narcan to.

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