Deathmatch: Victims' Families Refuse Travis Scott's Help

Death crush: victims' families refuse to help Travis Scott

Five families, whose members died during a stampede at a rapper Travis Scott concert, said they would not accept help from the famous rapper. This was reported by the BBC.

After a terrible crush that took place during the concert, 10 people were killed. Travis Scott announced his readiness to pay for the funeral of the victims, but the relatives of half of the victims decided not to accept money from the rapper.

Lawyers for these families believe that by covering the costs of the funeral, Travis Scott is not trying to sincerely repent, but only wants to reduce the pressure from the public.

Recall that more than 125 people who were at the concert, filed lawsuits for 750 million dollars against Travis Scott and other organizers.

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