Travis Scott has announced a performance at The 02 in London, his first solo ticketed concert since the deadly Astroworld Festival in Houston.
Scott has been stepping back into the public eye in recent months.
, a series of long-term initiatives that include addressing safety at large-scale live events, mental health resources for young people of color and scholarships for Black students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).UPDATE 9:12 AM PT -- A rep for Travis tells TMZ.Travis Scott Sued by 9-Year-Old Astroworld Victim, Ben Crump Files the Lawsuit While Ezra's attorney says Travis has every right to live life as he sees fit, including buying what he wants, Hillard rips Travis' choices as"excessive".published 27 June 22 Melanie Travis founded her swimsuit company, Andie Swim, in 2017 to challenge the out-of-touch and oversexualized marketing that powered the industry—as well as its wasteful manufacturing processes that largely relied on fleeting trends and synthetics.
Joey Guerra Joey Guerra Joey Guerra is the music critic for the Houston Chronicle.He also covers various aspects of pop culture..He has reviewed hundreds of concerts and interviewed hundreds of celebrities, from Justin Bieber to Dolly Parton to Beyonce.and says everything Travis does should be questioned because of what happened at Astroworld.He's appeared as a regular correspondent on Fox26 and was head judge and director of the Pride Superstar singing competition for a decade.The car referenced was purchased way back in 2020 (well before the tragic events at Astroworld), and covered widely by the media — including TMZ — at that time.He has been named journalist of the year multiple times by both OutSmart Magazine and the FACE Awards."Because especially at that time if you Google-image-searched 'women's swimwear,' you'd get, like, women on rocky cliffsides, doused in some weird oil, looking super uncomfortable.
He also covers various aspects of pop culture, including the local drag scene and"RuPaul's Drag Race." is getting dragged for his latest purchase, a $5.." Your weekly guide to Houston arts & entertainment...
Travis Scott Addresses Bugatti Drama, Says He Bought Car Before AstroworldTravis Scott is being ripped by the family of an Astroworld victim for buying a $5.5 million Bugatti. To all the fans. You already knew this TMZ. You reported on it 2 years ago At this point they jus want money and clout
Travis Scott Bugatti Purchase Slammed by Family of 9-Year-Old Astroworld VictimTravis Scott is being ripped by the family of an Astroworld victim for buying a $5.5 million Bugatti. Makes 0 sense AY WHATCHYALL TALKING ABOUT DOE? MANE YALL A FOOL FOR DI SONE DOE HOOD HAUNTED LIKE THE DAKOTA NO CAP FR FR HASHTAG BLESS UP Greed is a powerful thing. I guess they expected him to act poor because of?
'It Was a Painful Process': Melanie Travis on Fundraising for Her Swimwear StartupMelania Travis (of andieswim) discusses facing gender bias from investors, how inclusivity catapulted her startup's success, and how brands are getting LGBTQ+ marketing all wrong. (Hint: stop rainbow-washing your brand each June.)
Sen. Rick Scott takes issue with parts of Texas GOP platformThe country’s largest red state approved a new platform, which falsely labels President Joe Biden an “acting” commander-in-chief and says that Texas “retains the right to secede from the United States.” Texas is so hideous that they made Rick Scott look like the reasonable one in the room
Scott D. Pierce: ‘Stranger Things’ returns with 2 mega-long episodes, and ‘Only Murders’ is backScott D. Pierce: There are only two episodes left in season 4 of 'Stranger Things,' but there’s huge caveat to “only” — episode 8 is 85 minutes long; episode 9 is 150 minutes. In other words episode 8 should be 8 and 9, and episode 9 should be 10, 11 and 12.
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