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A 2015 video of Travis Scott’s Lollapalooza performance in Chicago shows him inciting his audience as they surge forward, chanting “we want rage” before his set ended amid reports of him cussing out security and telling fans to jump the barricades.
Scott created conditions “deemed unsafe by the festival’s security team” and ended his set after five minutes, according to Spin.
The footage echoes videos of Scott’s 2021 Astroworld Festival in Houston, where eight people were killed in a crowd rush during Scott’s performance on November 5.
“I’m honestly just devastated,” Scott said in an Instagram story posted on November 6. “And I could never imagine anything like this just happening.”
As of November 8, at least 14 lawsuits have been filed in Houston court against Scott, Live Nation, and others involved in organizing the Astroworld Festival, according to Billboard, with more expected to come. Credit: The Festive Owl via Storyful