He insisted that Travis Scott and Morgan Wallen be allowed to perform at this year's show, despite the controversy surrounding them. See his statements inside.
Congrats! Kylie Jenner reveals that she and Travis Scott are parents for the second time! Kylie gave birth to their bundle of joy on 2.2.22 and many are saying that the newly born has a lucky birthday! Kylie Jenner Lounging Around Her $36 Million Mansion [Photos] The rapper and Kardashian/Jenner sister also parent their 4 […]
Nice try, but this petition calling for Travis Scott to be allowed to touch the Coachella stage this year turned out to be a pure jig.
This will be Coachella's first "successful" show since 2019 due to COVID-19. It's scheduled for April 15-17 and April 22-24. The show has already sold out.
Travis had created sponsorships with brands like Nike, Dior, Epic Games, Playstation, and so many more, but the tragic deaths and injuries during his show have compelled many of his sponsors to rethink their continuing relationship with the rapper, and Travis could be losing huge portions of his earning during 2022.
Rumors have spread that Scott was so intent at performing at the festival next year that he offered to do it for free, but the powers that be at Coachella wanted no parts of the outrage that having him perform would incur.
Streaming giant Hulu pulled a 50-minute documentary about the tragic events at the Astroworld festival headlined by Travis Scott that took place last month in Houston, Texas. An insider claims, however, that the doc wasn't sanctioned or produced by Hulu.
Travis Scott offered to pay for the funeral of 9-year-old Ezra Blount who tragically died at his 2021 Astroworld Festival, however it looks like the late child's family doesn't want anything but to see the 'Rodeo' emcee in court.
Brands continue to back away from Travis Scott. W Magazine is reportedly trying to pull a cover that features the rapper and Kylie Jenner. As spotted on Madam Noire the fashion media outlet is apparently scrambling to pull their December issue that features the celebrity power couple. The New York Post spoke to a source […]
Sportswear giant Nike is postponing an upcoming sneaker collab with Travis Scott in the form of its classic Air Max 1 model, posting a very to-the-point statement on its SNKRS website citing the Astroworld tragedy as the reason.