It’s been a month and a half now, since Travis Scott’s deadly Astroworld Festival, in his hometown of Houston. Over 300 people were injured, and 10 went on to lose their lives from injuries sustained. Travis has also been slammed with over 300 lawsuits.
Now, the stage that was set up for Astroworld Festival at NRG Park, is finally being taken down, according to TMZ. This work began on Wednesday, as this stage was around for 40 days. Among the equipment removed, include video screens and other setups of the concert.
It’s also reported that the Astroworld Fest setup was around for so long, due to assistance in the ongoing police investigation. Travis has been widely criticized on social media, but is not being charged for any crime.
Last week, Travis also did his first public interview, since the festival tragedies. The rapper sat down with Charlamagne Tha God, and emphasized that he still wants to help loved ones of all those who attended. This comes as multiple families have already turned down his offer, to cover burial costs.
A Hulu documentary about the festival, was also released this month. This was “Astroworld: A Concert From Hell.” This was removed after a day though, due to backlash over how quickly it was put out.