Travis Scott was rammed by the group of Astroworld misfortune’s most youthful casualty
Travis Scott arrived in hot waters after he was as of late seen driving a $5.5 million Bugatti Veyron following the Astroworld misfortune.
The lethal charge at the rapper’s show caused 10 passings, including a 9-year-old Ezra Blount whose family pummeled the rapper for displaying his fortune.
Their legal counselor Bob Hillard let TMZ know that assuming Scott had spent portion of the sum he paid for the extravagance vehicle on better security measures at the live concert, then, at that point, the young man would in any case be alive.
Responding to the backfire, the hip-bounce star’s rep made sense of TMZ that the vehicle was acquired 2020 for example prior to the misfortune.
“This most recent endeavor to take advantage of Astroworld casualties and gaslight the media and the general population are an extraordinary failure,” the representative said.
“The vehicle referred to was bought way back in 2020 (a long time before the terrible occasions at Astroworld), and covered generally by the media — including TMZ — around then.
“Distorting a two-year-old vehicle acquisition to make an unmerited and ridiculous assault on Travis Scott is just another frantic exposure trick to attempt to erroneously fault Travis and deliberately control general assessment, which won’t work,” the rep added.