Travis Scott remains to be receiving backlash for his Astroworld Competition that left 10 folks died, and over 300 injured, in November. The noise isn’t as loud publicly, however the Houston native remains to be going through a whole lot of lawsuits.
Travis has since provided to pay for burial prices of those that died, however a number of households of them, rejected his provides. Now, the FBI is asking attendees of that evening, on November 5, to get entangled.
In keeping with Billboard, the FBI desires attendees of Astroworld Fest, to ship photographs and movies, from that evening. They’ve since created a kind on the FBI web site, to submit all of those supplies. This was acknowledged by the Houston PD
The FBI additionally desires content material from that evening that occurred between eight p.m. and 11 p.m. within the pageant’s “fundamental venue space.”
“Houston Police Detectives have already considered numerous hours of video proof as a part of our ongoing investigation into the Astroworld occasion,” mentioned the Houston Police Division in an announcement. “To make sure that we’ve got captured all doable proof for an entire investigation, we’ve got partnered with the Federal Bureau of Investigation for added technical help.”
Astroworld Fest was initially held at NRG Park. There was presupposed to be yet another evening of performances, however the first evening’s lethal occasions, put an finish to that. Headliners included Travis Scott, SZA, Roddy Ricch, Lil Child, Younger Thug, and extra.