The site credits unnamed sources and says he will “provide full refunds for all attendees who bought tickets to Astroworld.”
Rapper Roddy Ricch, who also performed Friday at Astroworld, has promised to give his fee to the families of those who died.
Eight people were killed during Scott’s closing set, including two high school students, the youngest being just 14 years old.
Scott took to Instagram Saturday night and posted an emotional video statement about the tragedy.
“My fans really mean the world to me, and I always just really wanna leave them with a positive experience,” Scott continued on his Instagram Stories.
“And anytime I can make out anything that’s going on, I stop the show and help them get the help they need, you know? I could never just imagine the severity of the situation.”
Travis Scott and Live Nation have been hit with lawsuits with one fan alleging to be hurt during the festival and wanting at least $1 Million.
According to TMZ another lawsuit filed by a person named Kristian Paredes is suing Trav, Drake and LN for negligence as well — claiming that Travis’ concert history should’ve been at the forefront of everyone’s mind who helped plan and execute Astroworld this year.
In their doc, obtained by TMZ, they claim Travis and Drake helped incite the crowd that night, suggesting they either were aware or should’ve been aware of the reaction the crowd would have and did have once they both took the stage … which they claim ended up causing a massive surge they say injured them.
The plaintiff also claims the folks who organized the event’s security and logistics — including Travis himself, who Paredes says was in charge of the whole thing — did a poor job of planning and keeping everyone safe. Paredes is also seeking at least a million dollars in damages.