Travis Scott has closed lawsuits with families of Astroworld victims privately.
The 31-year-old rapper was headlining a concert at the Astroworld Festival in his hometown of Houston, Texas in November 2021 when a massive crowd crash near the front of the stage left him at 10. A person’s life has been taken. Settlement with promoter Live Nation regarding the death of the Acosta family’s “beloved son” who died at the age of 21.
Without disclosing the terms of the settlement, attorney Tony Busby wrote on Instagram: Victim Axel Acosta was a beloved son, brother and student. He was kind and loving. I miss him. Please pray for his family..”
The lawsuit alleges that Travis’ fan, who has two children with ‘Kardashian Family’ star Kylie Jenner, only went to the concert ‘for fun’ and that his loved ones were ‘dangerous’. He claimed that he had never warned his family that he was in a “smart situation.” She added that the musician has a “history” of inciting violence through her lyrics and encouraging her fans to rush in front of the stage and breach security.
The ‘Goosebumps’ hitmaker has yet to face many other lawsuits in the case that injured thousands and has not participated in settlement talks with the Acostas, reports However, he claimed to have “lost…his family” as a result of the death.
“At the end of the day, these fans are like family, so I feel like I’m missing something. Honestly, the reason we do these shows is because people have the best possible experience.” And just thinking that something like this happens, just trying to understand… it just wraps it all up.”