Travis Scott gives 1st interview since Astroworld festival tragedy

Good Morning America published this video item, entitled “Travis Scott gives 1st interview since Astroworld festival tragedy” – below is their description.

In an interview with radio personality Charlamagne Tha God, Scott maintained he had no idea people were injured while he performed and said he never heard the cries for help from the crowd.

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Eight people were killed and hundreds injured at Travis Scott’s Astroworld music festival in NRG Park, Houston, Texas, USA.

At around 21:30 Friday, November 5 2021, concertgoers surged toward the stage during Travis Scott’s headlining set, causing many to suffer injuries, with at least eight people killed.

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