Source: Richard Moorhead
In the wake of a Houston concert trampling incident that left eight people dead, Travis Scott’s former manager has spoke publicly on a series of bad experiences with the rapper, calling Scott the worst person he’s ever met in his career in music.
Shane Morris, Scott’s former manager, released a video in the wake of the tragedy, describing his bad experiences with Scott and indicating he thought something like the Astroworld incident would happen before it did.
“When he sees people in harm or in danger, he tends to only continue thinking about himself. And to make it worse, he’s been doing this for years at other concerts.” Morris has also accused Scott of faking schemes and digital hits to enhance his own popularity.
Morris accused Scott of leaving him for dead in Los Angeles after having a seizure, in addition to citing assaults and theft of production sessions on Scott’s part. His dislike of Scott has been documented for years, with the musician and recording industry agent having gone public with some stories documenting alleged misconduct on the part of Scott in 2013.
In the wake of the crowd crush casualty event, in which a multitude of people were killed and injured in a concert staged in unsafe conditions, some have cast blame upon Scott, pointing out the rapper failed to end the show as it became obvious people were being hurt.
Fans have been seriously injured and hurt at Travis Scott shows before, including during one incident in which he instructed them to climb security barricades. Multimillion dollar lawsuits have already been filed against Scott in connection to the tragedy, and the Houston Police continue to investigate the deaths.