Houston Police Chief Troy Finner said he had a meeting with Travis Scott has expressed his public safety worries about him ahead of the rapper is sold-out show on Friday, which ended in eight people be killed in a wave of crowds.
The meeting was “short and respected”, Finner said in a declaration on Twitter, adding that the head of safety of the Astroworld Festival, founded by Scott in 2018 was also gift.
“I have expressed my concerns about it public safety and that in my 31 years of police experience I’ve never seen it once with more challenges facing citizens of all ages, to include a global pandemic e social voltage in the whole nation “ wrote the police chief.
Finner said he asked rapper and its team to “work with HPD for All events over the weekend and be aware of his team’S social media messaging on any unscheduled events. “
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However, it didn’t elaborate on the exact nature of the safety worries he had before the unfortunate event. HPD launched a criminal investigation of what happened wrong at the festival.
The tragedy took place during Scott’s performance at NRG Park in Houston on friday like people rushed to the stage to see the star with theirs eyes. It resulted in lot of people be pushed like that hard they couldn’t breathe. The stampede caused eight dead and several hundred wounded.
– TheHouseGossip (@thehousegossip) November 6, 2021
Overcooked, who now faces multiple cause legal by concert goers over insufficient security al event, has promised to cover the funeral expenses of the victims on Monday.
The representatives of the Grammy-nominated musician said he was “the first of lot of steps travis plans on taking as part of his personal vow to assist those affected in their grief e recovery processes.”
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