Travis Scott’s Cacti Hard Seltzer Sales Have Been Stopped

Sales of Travis Scott’s Cacti hard seltzer have been discontinued by manufacturer Anheuser-Busch. The product, which reached the stores in March of this year, was removed from sale in a short time.

The decision comes after Travis Scott interviewed Charlamagne tha God, which we also announced to you on our site earlier this week, Billboard reported. According to a Travis Scott spokesperson, the deal was mutual and was due to expire on November 30 anyway. “Travis was clear in his interview that he is not focused on business right now and his priority is helping his community and fans heal. Cacti asked AB Inbev to inform their wholesalers there will not be product at this time,” the representative told Pitchfork.

Travis Scott’s interview with Charlamagne The God was his first interview after the tragic Astroworld Festival, where, as you know, there were ongoing lawsuits that resulted in 10 deaths and many injuries. Travis Scott said he was unaware of any of the horrific events that took place during his performance.

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Announcing that he would help the victims’ families with funeral expenses after the festival, Travis Scott received rejections from many victims’ families. There are also many lawsuits filed against him for negligence.

Travis Scott also announced that his attendees’ ticket costs will be refunded. Faced with 300 lawsuits, Travis Scott requested the cancellation of the lawsuits through lawyers. Drake and Live Nation are among the parties to the lawsuits.

Talking about an upcoming project with A24 during the summer season, Travis Scott’s fate is unknown for now. No one knows yet if it will continue or if it has been delayed indefinitely. To give another example, the famous rapper’s collaboration with Nike Air Max 1 x Cactus Jack was delayed indefinitely.

It is also a matter of curiosity how Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner will cope with these negative situations.

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