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Travis Scott Addresses Astroworld Tragedy in GQ Interview, Acknowledges Ongoing Pain



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Travis Scott, who has faced significant challenges in recent years, notably the 2021 Astroworld Festival tragedy, opened up about the incident in a recent GQ cover story. With ten lives lost and numerous injuries, Scott is awaiting the commencement of civil lawsuits, a massive undertaking for all parties involved.

Speaking candidly about the tragedy, Scott expressed deep remorse and acknowledged the profound impact on the victims’ families and witnesses. He reflected on the event, constantly contemplating how it could have been handled differently, stating, “I always think about it. Those fans were like my family. You know, I love my fans to the utmost… You just feel for those people. And their families.”

In the interview, Scott discussed the song “My Eyes” on his upcoming album, Utopia, revealing that it addresses the emotions he experienced during the Astroworld incident. Contrary to perceptions that he doesn’t care, Scott emphasized his genuine concern and pain. “I want them to know I have pain too. I have concerns, things that I think about, and the things I see on a day-to-day basis I think about them. And every day I want to find change in the things, to make things better, make myself better. It’s just like: I go through things like everyone else. And even recently through something like I never could imagine.”

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While closure may be on the horizon, the pain endured by the victims’ families remains indelible. The GQ interview provides insight into Scott’s perspective on the tragic event and his ongoing commitment to self-improvement. Readers are invited to share their thoughts on Travis Scott’s response in the comments section below.

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