One of Travis Scott ‘s representatives criticized a new documentary made for the Astroworld tragedy.
Director Charles Minn explores the details of the tragedy in the documentary Concert Crush: The Travis Scott Festival Tragedy. However, Travis’ rep described the documentary as “a game for profit and a publicity stunt.”
“This propaganda piece is a farce financed by and containing content from members of the plaintiff’s legal teams, who, weeks after a tragedy, sought to exploit and benefit financially from it,” the rep said in a statement.
The representative harshly criticized director Minn, accusing him of being a “trauma pornographer”.
Minn defended himself and his film in an interview with the Associated Press.
He told the AP. “My job is to make the most truthful, honest, sincere documentary from the victim’s point of view,” he told the AP. “We need to know about these stories to prevent it from happening again.”
Minn spoke to Page Six. Travis said harsh words to Scott. “Travis Scott to me is a punk,” he told Page Six. “In my opinion, he is a criminal. Ten people died. How do we get around that?”
Minn added, “The reason he deserves criticism and jail time, he knew there was a problem. He acknowledged an ambulance in the crowd. He noticed people passed out and stopped the show on three occasions. I’m not saying he knew people were dead, but he knew there was a problem. An ambulance is not an ice cream truck.”
Travis Scott Makes Comeback
He appeared on Southside and Future’s “Hold That Heat” for her first move that didn’t include appearing in Kanye West’s unofficial Donda 2. This move took place on Friday, April 22.
Also on Friday came a coincidental image directed by Philip Andelman. The clip features a haunted motel filled with a stripper pole and laser beams. On the other hand, Travis Scott tames a wild alligator.