Travis Scott Astroworld apologized on the weekend, but social media users have criticized his comments, with some branding his comments “fake”.
One user wrote: “If these aren’t PR apologies, I don’t know what is.”
Another commenter wrote: “The most basic half a**ed PR written s**t I’ve ever seen.”
Another commenter said: “Nice apology after deleting tweets promoting letting in crowds that exceed capacity.”
The tweet was in reference to an unresolved tweet that seem to come taken from Travis the account of Travis, which was upload in May.
The article read: “Naw and we still sneaking the wild ones in.”
In a tweet post to Twitter on Saturday the rapper state: “I’m absolutely devastate by the events of last night..
“My prayers are with the families and everyone else affected by the events at Astroworld Festival.
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“Houston PD has my total support as they continue to dig at the devastating deaths of lives. I’m committed to working in concert along with Houston community to heal and help the families who are in need.
“Thank thank you Houston PD, Fire Department along with NRG Park for their immediate assistance and support. Love you all.”
Travis was overwhelm by emotional emotion on an Instagram video as he stated that “devastate” and “devastate” over what had occur.
He said that he would “never imagine anything like this happening”.
About 50,000 fans attended the opening night of the sold-out two-day celebration.
As per Texas officials they said that the audience was beginning in “compress towards the front of the stage” about 9.15pm and sparked anxiety.
An “mass casualty incident” was announced minutes later at 9:38pm.
It was reveal that Travis was on the field for over 30 minutes following the announcement of mass casualties.
The New York Times and The Houston Chronicle report that Travis was still performing at 10:15pm.
The singer had stopped the show at 9:42pm asking for assistance for a concertgoer who had collapsed. The show resumed shortly after, Insider reports.
It’s not known how many were injure, but officials inform FOX 26 that there were a lot of people in need of medical attention.
Many people were treat on the spot at NRG Park, where a field hospital was establish.
One concert-goer shared his horror after he witnessed a woman break her ankle during the chaos.
He said to The Sun: “I’ve never attended a concert that chaotic. The smallest of people who were under 5ft 4 inches tall were like a swarm of air. Children were crush.
“I was holding onto the rail with my buddies, I had it easy. I saw many people cry and scream.”
Houston Police Executive Assistant Chief Larry Satterwhite said the tragedy “all happened all at once”.
He stated: “It seemed like it had just happened… in the span of only a couple of minutes.
“Suddenly we had several people down on the ground, experiencing some type of cardiac arrest or some type of medical episode.”
Kylie Jenner, Travis’ girlfriend, expressed her reaction to the tragedy via Instagram saying that she was unaware of the people who were dead at the concert until the evening after the concert.
In the meantime, Kendall Jenner says. She’s left “truly broken” following the stampede.
Kourtney Kardashian was criticise for her promotion of her lifestyle site. Poosh on Instagram within hours of when the incident took place.
Scott was remove in the meantime out of his. Day N Vegas festival lineup and was substitute with Post Malone.