USA | Nov 25, 2021

Travis Scott makes first public appearance since Astroworld tragedy

Ategie Edwards

Ategie Edwards / Our Today


Travis Scott on Wednesday (November 24) made his first public appearance since the Astroworld tragedy which claimed 10 lives.

After several weeks in his Houston home, the Antidote rapper has taken a trip to Southern California to golf with A-list celebrities and spend the Thanksgiving weekend with family.

He was spotted on a golf course attached to the gated Palm Springs-area community of La Quinta, golfing with the likes of Michael Jordan, Mark Wahlberg, Said Taghmaoui, and Kris Jenner’s boyfriend, Corey Gamble.

Mark Wahlberg (left) speaks with Corey Gamble (centre) as Travis Scott checks his phone.

The course the stars were spotted on is one attached to La Quinta where Kris Jenner has a home.

Although partaking in leisurely activities, Scott appeared to be in a sombre mood, which could possibly be connected to the tragedy that struck at the Astroworld Festival.

Said Taghmaoui and Travis Scott

On November 5, the rapper hosted the annual concert at which a stampede led to the fatalies and hundreds more injuries.

Keeping a low profile since then, reports are that the rapper has been devastated by the chaos that ensued.

Hundreds of lawsuits against the rapper and organisers have since been filed with the most notable ones being for $750 million and $2 billion.

Said Taghmaoui and Michael Jordan.

Reports are that the rapper has refunded all Astroworld attendees and has vowed to cover all funeral expenses. The rapper has also partnered with BetterHelp, a network of mental health professionals, to provide free online one-on-one therapy for those affected by the tragedy.


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