Travis Scott Defends Music After Critics Say It Caused Astroworld

  • Travis Scott defended his music after critics called it “demonic” following the Astroworld tragedy.
  • Scott denied the allegations as he answered a question from Charlamagne Tha God in an interview.
  • “I’m a man of God,” Scott said in his first interview since 10 people died at his concert.

Travis Scott defended his music after critics called it “demonic” and the cause for the Astroworld tragedy in his first interview since the deadly Texas concert. 

In a recent video interview with Charlamagne Tha God, Scott pushed back against criticism that his music and lyrics played a role in encouraging the incident. 

“I mean no. I mean … I’m a man of God,” Scott said, denying the allegations. 

He said sometimes his music reflects what he sees at his concerts and the “energy” that he notices, but that it’s not about violence. 

“I have a responsibility to figure out what happened here, I have a responsibility to figure out a solution,” the rapper also said.

Ten people died and hundreds were left injured after a crowd surged at the November 5 concert in Houston, Texas.

In the weeks since, there have been nearly 300 lawsuits filed against Scott.  

This story is developing. Please check back for updates.

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