Travis Scott should be imprisoned, according to the director of the Astroworld documentary

Travis Scott should be imprisoned, according to the director of the Astroworld documentary

Travis Scott should be imprisoned, according to the director of the Astroworld documentary

Travis Scott should be imprisoned, according to the director of the Astroworld documentary

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The deadly occurrence at Houston’s Astroworld Music Festival last year will be included in the documentary Concert Crush, which will be released on Friday.

Before the film’s release, documentary director Charlie Minn stated that American rapper Travis Scott should be imprisoned after 10 people died and over 300 people were injured during Scott’s concert.

“In my perspective, he is a criminal,” Minn stated to Page Six. A total of ten persons were killed. “How are we going to get around that?”

“He knew there was an issue, which is why he deserves criticism and jail time,” Minn stated. “An ambulance was visible among the throng,” he said. On three instances, he spotted individuals passing out and abruptly ended the event. I’m not claiming he was aware that individuals had died, but he was aware that there was a problem. “An ambulance isn’t the same thing as an ice cream truck.”

Starting Friday, the documentary will be shown in a limited number of Texas cinemas for a week. It will be streamed live on the internet.

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Eight persons who attended the performance and gave firsthand descriptions of what transpired are interviewed in Concert Crush.

“Every event organiser and promoter uses Astroworld as a model what not to do,” Minn says, adding that he hopes “every concert organiser and promoter utilises Astroworld as a model what not to do.”

He said, “I don’t want to see another person get wounded during a performance.” “Last I checked, you were meant to go have some fun, not battle for your life.”

A total of 400 cases against Scott, Live Nation, and others involved with Astroworld have been consolidated into a single legal complaint, which now represents almost 2,800 victims. They’ve been accused of being careless.

Both the Goosebumps singer and Live Nation had disputed the claims before the lawsuits were filed.

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