Travis Scott ha dovuto affrontare il caldo e innumerevoli cause legali sin dalla tragedia avvenuta al suo Astroworld Festival nel novembre 2021. Il rapper ha tenuto il festival all’NRG Park di Houston, in Texas, e ha avuto oltre 50.000 fan presenti, secondo la CNN. I fan sono stati schiacciati e calpestati a causa di quanto erano vicini l’uno all’altro mentre le persone da dietro si precipitavano verso la parte anteriore. Il capo della polizia di Houston ha incontrato Scott prima dello spettacolo per esprimere le sue preoccupazioni sulla sicurezza, ma l’incontro è stato breve e nulla è stato modificato. Una volta iniziato il caos, era chiaro che i partecipanti avevano bisogno di aiuto, ma Scott non ha mai interrotto completamente lo spettacolo.

According to NBC News, 10 individuals died at Astroworld and hundreds were injured. Following the tragedy, Scott lost endorsement deals from Nike, Epic Games, and other companies, per Rolling Out. Now, the rapper is ready to perform for a large crowd again and fans are fuming.

Travis Scott's ticket prices aren't sitting right with fans

Travis Scott is set to perform at the O2 Arena in London this August and the tickets for the show sold out within minutes, according to the Daily Mail. Despite last year's tragedy at the Astroworld Festival, fans are still excited to see the rapper perform this summer. As a result of the high demand for tickets, Scott even added a second date at the arena. He has been keeping his public appearances to a minimum following the tragedy. However, this is a major show at a big arena and there will be a general admission pit.

Fans are beyond upset with the prices that the rapper is charging for his performances in London and have been taking to social media to complain. A fan tweeted, "​​£127 for a standing Travis Scott ticket at o2 is disgusting," while another said, "People died at his show, yet Travis Scott has the audacity to charge £120 for his show at the O2." Others are shocked that there's such high demand to see the rapper perform after what happened at Astroworld last year. One tweeted, "The same Travis Scott who presided over a concert where 10 people were accidentally killed? No thanks @O2."

His two shows at the O2 will mark his first major concerts since the 2021 Astroworld tragedy in Houston. Fans are hoping that the security is trained and ready this time around.

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