Travis Scott’s Attorneys Slam Officials for “Inconsistent Messages” on Astroworld Tragedy

Travis Scott’s attorney is slamming Houston officials for “inconsistent messages” about the Astroworld tragedy. Attorney Edwin F. McPherson addressed “finger-pointing” by city officials who McPherson says, “have sent inconsistent messages and have backtracked from original statements.” Houston police chief Troy Finner was quoted in the New York Times as saying, ‘You cannot just close when you got 50,000 and over 50,000 individuals. We have to worry about rioting, riots when you have a group that’s that young.’ Yet, just a short time later, Chief Finner states the responsibility to stop the show falls on Travis,” said McPherson.  It was reported that the operations plans stated the only individuals with the power to shut down the concert fell on the festival director and executive producers, neither of which are part of Travis’ crew. However, in 2019 HPD shut down the concert after Travis went overtime by five minutes.  An insider told PEOPLE that Travis was unable to see or hear anything beyond his inner-ear producers. No one told Travis to stop until the end of the concert.

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