TRAVIS SCOTT, LIVE NATION SUED BY 9-YEAR-OLD ASTROWORLD VICTIM


High-profile civil rights lawyer Benjamin Crump said Monday night that he has been retained by Ezra's parents. Crump said Ezra suffered brain trauma after he was trampled in a statement.

The aunt of a 9-year-old boy who was injured at Friday's Astroworld music festival tragedy in Houston and left in a medically induced coma is speaking out, calling the packed concert “a death trap.”

Ezra Blount was on his father’s shoulders at the concert. When concertgoers began to crush into each other, Treston Blount passed out and his son fell. When he woke up, Ezra was nowhere to be found. FULL STORY

Houston police chief Troy Finner says Travis Scott was aware of safety concerns before he hit the stage at Astroworld.

In a statement on social media, Finner says he met with the rapper ahead of his Friday performance saying "I expressed my concerns regarding public safety and that in my 31 years of law enforcement experience I have never seen a time with more challenges facing citizens of all ages, to include a global pandemic and social tension throughout the nation."

The police chief said he also requested Scott and his team work with HPD on the event.


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