Travis Scott’s once-lucrative empire continues to collapse. Dior just revealed they are canceling a highly anticipated collaboration with the rapper!
Live Nation is being investigated by Congress, which launched a probe into the tragedy at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival.
Medical examiners provided details about what caused the deaths of 10 people who attended Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival.
Travis Scott is working with mayors around the country to protect concertgoers from letting another Astroworld tragedy unfold.
Malu Trevejo threatened Travis Scott after revealing she was leaving his Cactus Jack Records last month just weeks after signing the deal.
Travis Scott’s career continues to crumble after the Astroworld Festival disaster. The rapper has just been removed from Coachella!
Rapper Travis Scott has suffered a major business setback after Anheuser Busch cut ties with the controversial rapper.
Travis Scott is making excuses, failing to accept responsibility, and is being enabled by those around him, says the attorney.
The Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder reflects on a friend dying at the 1991 event.
Rap star Travis Scott is finally replying after hundreds of lawsuits were filed against him following the tragedy at his Astroworld Festival in Houston.
Stalked by shadows, Travis Scott’s doomed Astroworld Festival, is dissected in Hulu documentary, Astroworld: Concert from Hell.
Megan Thee Stallion canceled a college graduation concert in Houston out of respect for the victims of the Astroworld Festival tragedy.
The offer was reportedly made after the memorial services took place.
Travis Scott will be represented by attorney Daniel Petrocelli in the various lawsuits stemming from the Astroworld Festival tragedy.
The family of Astroworld attendee John Hilgert has filed a million-dollar lawsuit and is seeking reform in the way concerts are organized.
Fans under the age of 18 won’t be allowed to attend Rolling Loud California in light of the tragedy at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival.
Rapper Travis Scott has been slapped with a lawsuit by two brothers working security at the Astroworld Festival, who say they will never be the same after witnessing the tragedy.
In an open letter, Public Enemy’s Chuck D defended Travis Scott and blamed Live Nation for the Astroworld Festival tragedy.
Travis Scott and others have been sued for $2 billion by an attorney representing more than 250 victims of the Astroworld Festival tragedy.
Travis Scott and Drake are named in a massive $750 million lawsuit brought by 125 Astroworld fans, with a reported 100 more set to join.