Kim Kardashian came out to support Travis Scott after eight were murdered in an altercation at the Astroworld Festival.

Astroworld is deeply sorry for all the lost lives and any injuries. Kim shared the following tweet: “Just like you all, our family was shocked by this tragedy.” 

“We will keep all the families, victims and loved ones affected in our prayers for healing. Travis is also included as we know he cares deeply about his fans.

Scott, who is 30, shares a child with Kim’s sister Kylie Jenner (24), and is being sued for “inciting mayhem” at the Houston event which saw a boy of 14 years old and a girl of 16 years killed. 

Scott is being sued by furious family members of the victims. He performed the act for more than 30 minutes while people died and the crowd chanted, ‘Stop the show!’

A rapper who claimed he was devastated by the loss of loved ones, and that he couldn’t imagine anything similar, has been twice found guilty for encouraging his fans to leap security bars and rush the stage during previous concert performances. 

Kim rallies around Scott as follows:

Kim Kardashian West leaves the WSJ Magazine 2021 Innovator Awards at MOMA on November 1 New York City

Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner attend the Premiere Of Netflix's "Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly" at Barker Hangar on August 27, 2019 in Santa Monica, California

Scott (aged 30), who has a daughter, Kylie Jenner (24) is being sued by Drake and Kim for inciting mayhem at an event that took place in Houston, which saw two 14-year old boys and one 16-year-old girl be killed.

After being hurt in the crowd surge, a nine-year-old boy was seated on the shoulders of his father at Astroworld Festival. He is now in a medically-induced coma. 

The father of a nine-year old boy dropped him as he was holding him over the crowd at Friday’s Astroworld Festival. Now, the boy is in an artificial coma that has severe damage to his brain, heart, and lungs.

Ezra Blount, one of the many concertgoers who were injured in the stampede at Travis Scott’s show, was also hospitalized. 

Treston, the boy’s father drove him from Dallas to visit one of his favourite artists. The father-son outing turned quickly into a disaster. 

'Due to his severe injuries which are swelling in the back of brain damage and trauma to nearly all organs we are certain that he was trampled and is still in induced coma,' Treston Blount (left) wrote on a GoFundMe initiative for his son Ezra (right), which has raised nearly $7,000 in just 3 hours

Treston Blount wrote that his injuries, which include swelling from brain damage and trauma almost all of the organs, made it certain that Ezra was injured and remains in an induced coma. He created a GoFundMe campaign for Ezra’s son and raised over $7,000 within 3 hours.

Treston claimed that he fell asleep while holding Ezra up so he wouldn’t be crushed. His son, Treston said, had just been admitted to a local hospital by himself as a John Doe when he reached the medical tent. 

Treston shared his thoughts on Treston’s GoFundMe campaign for his son. The initiative raised more than $7,000 in three hours. 

Drake, age 35, described it as a “devastating tragedy” in an Instagram posting last night, writing: “My heart breaks for the families of those who have lost their lives, and anyone else who is in pain.”

“I will keep praying for each of them, and I will do my best to be of assistance in any way that I can. All of you, may God bless.

Scott performed with him during the concert, which saw many people get hurt when they rushed to the stage.

Scott continues to sing as the limp bodies of his audience are carried above their heads and people beg them to quit. 

It was cancelled 30 minutes ahead of schedule but it was done half an hour later than the time that a mass casualty’ event had been declared.  

One video shows an ambulance trying to navigate through crowds, and taking over 10 minutes to get to the patient.

Additional footage captures Scott with his entourage, which rushes onto the stage to share their thoughts.

Scott turned to the crowd and said “Y’all know where you’re going,” before the music resumed.

Then he asked his companions in the crowd to give a ‘ground shake’. 

Scott and Drake are being sued by Kristian Paredes, 23, from Austin, Texas, who says he was left ‘severely injured’ after Drake ‘came on stage alongside Travis Scott and helped incite the crowd.’ 

Drake is accused of continuing to perform alongside Scott “as the crowd got out of control” and “while the crowd mayhem continued.” 

Paredes seeks $1million in damages for bodily injuries. Some of these injuries he says are permanent.

Scott from Houston offered to pay the funeral costs of the victims, and Live Nation promised full refunds to everyone.

The incident has been investigated by police and more than 12 lawsuits filed.

The families of eight victims were still trying to come to terms with Friday’s tragedy that saw people aged 14-27 crushed to death. On Friday, 50,000 people rushed toward NRG Park to witness the beginning of the performance.

Rachel was furious at Franco Patino’s passing, her 21-year old friend from Illinois who had been studying at University of Dayton.

She tweeted, “My friend is gone FOREVER due to Astroworld,”

The anger over it is mad. Travis Scott must do so much more than a note-app apology.

Ana Lissa Marie (a friend) was devastated by the passing of Jacob Jurinek (21) – a childhood friend of Patino.

Jurinek was a Southern Illinois University student in art and media. He had traveled with Patino from Southern Illinois University to Houston for Jurinek’s Birthday.

Twitter user, ‘I lost all of my respect for Travis Scott’

Scott, 30, continued to perform for up to 30 minutes as people were killed and crowds chanted 'stop the show' at NRG Park in Houston on Friday night

Scott, aged 30, performed for as long as 30 minutes. People were injured and people shouted “Stop the Show” at NRG Park Houston.

Social media video shows fans begging Travis Scott to stop his Astroworld Festival Friday night during the crowd surge that left at least eight death and hundreds injured

The crowd chanted 'stop the show' as concertgoers were being knocked down and crushed by other attendees

Video from Friday’s Astroworld Festival crowd surge shows people begging Travis Scott to stop it. While concertgoers were being crushed and knocked over by their fellow attendees, the crowd shouted “STOP THE SHOW”

“What took place was truly disgusting. RIP to those who lost their lives. Jacob Jurinek: You will be missed, kid. We are grateful for your laughter.

“My condolences to the families who lost their loved ones”

Scott, and other companies involved in the organization of the festival have been brought to justice by others. 

Edgar Acosta held Monday’s press conference together with Texas attorney Tony Buzbee, to announce that Axel Acosta died.

He said, “They must make these types of events change.”

“Today, it was me. 

‘I lost my son. Acosta suggested that it might have been you. 

You send your child to have fun. But, someone is not giving the right… The right security. You have the right security.

“Because it’s not the first time he has participated in large events.

“You can have fun at Disneyland. It’s possible to go to a ballgame and still have fun. Because of their security measures and because they employ the best people who can assist those in need.

“It is hard to explain.”  

Edgar Acosta, whose son Axel was killed on Friday, held a press conference on Monday in Houston with an attorney, Tony Buzbee

Edgar Acosta’s son Axel died Friday. A conference in Houston was held Monday by Tony Buzbee and Tony Buzbee.

Axel Acosta, 21, had traveled from Washington to attend the festival - his first concert

Axel Acosta (21), had traveled from Washington in order to be there – it was his first concert.

He added: ‘He was a great kid, excellent student. He had been trying to learn and go to school in order to become an engineer, or a programmer. 

Buzbee stated that his company is filing suits on behalf of 35 plaintiffs including Acosta.

Buzbee stated that neither Travis Scott, nor his entourage, manager, agents, managers, promoters or organizers cared enough for Axel. 

Buzbee cited a long list of lawsuits and allegations against Live Nation and described Scott’s criminal record, insisting that Scott had a reputation as putting on unsafe shows.

Travis Scott paid a $7,465 fine after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct for encouraging fans to rush the stage at a May 2017 concert in Arkansas

Travis Scott was fined $7,465 after pleading guilty in a misdemeanor case of disorderly conduct. He encouraged fans to rush to the stage during a concert held May 2017, Arkansas.

There was footage that showed several incidents in which people stampeded towards Scott in previous Lollapalooza performances in Chicago and Arkansas. Scott was found guilty of misdemeanors after both incidents.

Fan who fell from a balcony while attending a Scott concert 2017 was paralysed and has criticised the singer for risking his safety.

Kyle Green is represented by a lawyer. Green was 27 years old when he was hurt at Scott’s April 2017 concert at Terminal 5 New York City. Green said that he was heartbroken for the families who lost eight loved ones at Scott’s Friday night concert.

What a scene of chaos and death at Travis Scott’s concert! 

At around 2.15pmBefore the concert, video captured hundreds of people racing through gates at VIP security checkspoints and ignoring security.

This afternoon scrum resulted in at least one injury.

Houston Fire Chief Sam Pena admitted that he didn’t know what caused the rush, but stated that any extra precautions for this festival’s celebration ‘weren’t sufficient’.

According to The New York Times Police Chief Troy Finner visited Travis Scott’s set before he performed to share his concerns over the energy of the crowd.

Scott was to perform 9:00pmThe. His set was interrupted by a massive countdown timer that appeared on large screens 30 minutes in advance.

Madeline Eskins, an ICU nurse, stated that pressure in the crowd increased the closer it was to zero.

CNN’s She said that people were pushing each other forward and back, and they had been pressed together.

Just after 9pmScott took the stage in order to begin his set, which included Drake’s surprise visit.

People were already passing out by the time that the rapper entered the arena.

At 9.30pmPena reported that the officials were the first to report injuries.

At around 9.30pmThe ambulance made it into the crowd. It took 10 minutes for the ambulance to reach the patient.

Two men, who appeared to be Scott’s entourage, approach Scott onstage in video footage that has been removed.

Scott turned to the crowd and said “Y’all know where you’re going,” before the music resumed.

He asked then the thousands of people in front to do a “ground shaking”.

At 9.38 pmThe fire chief declared a “mass casualty” event.

Scott claims he didn’t know the gravity of the situation, but he stopped the program at least three times to request that the people in need get assistance.

At around 10.10pmThe performance was stopped. 

Green claims he was forced to fall over the edge from a balcony in the venue. He called it’severely packed’. Green broke several vertebrae, bones, and is now unable to walk without a significant and substantial disability.

Green’s attorney Howard Hershenhorn claimed that Scott was picked up by security ‘like potatoes’ rather than putting him in a neck brace or on the backboard.

Hershenhorn stated that Travis was more upset by it because he had learned from his mistakes and changed his approach about encouraging people to act recklessly.

Scott had also encouraged another spectator to leap off of the balcony at the 2017 show.

“I can see you but will you do it?” Scott asked. They’ll catch you. Be calm. Be confident.

One fan is heard saying “I don’t want to die here” in video.

Green sued Scott, Scott’s manager, Bowery Presents concert promoter and security company, six months after the incident, while Green was still in a wheelchair. This case remains pending.

The 29-year old Kylie Jenner was convicted of a misdemeanor count for reckless conduct in August 2015. This occurred after his supporters jumped over a barricade at Chicago’s Lollapalooza Festival.

According to the Office of Emergency Management, the performer performed one song before telling his fans to cross the barricades. The security team quickly responded and the situation was resolved immediately. No fans were hurt.

According to WLS, the performer fled from the scene and was soon arrested.

The barricade is being jumped by all my real ragers right now. Let’s move. “Come over,” he said to his 2015 fans as he urged them. I want chaos. There were hundreds of people seen walking towards the stage. However, no one was reported to have been hurt.

After encouraging his fans to rush onto the stage at the May 2017 concert at Rogers’ Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion, he was charged with disorderly conduct and pleaded guilty in February 2018. 

A week before, Scott’s fan in Manhattan claimed that he had pushed him over a balcony side-by-side after he asked for fans to hurry forward. He was then paralyzed. 

Kim’s sister Kendall Jenner (26-year-old model) also released a statement regarding the tragedy. 

On Instagram, she wrote: “I am still at a loss of words over the Astroworld news. It’s truly heartbreaking for those who lost loved ones. My prayers are with them all.

“Sending all those who have been touched my love, and sending them strength in this difficult and delicate time.” 

Kylie was at the festival, and stated that she and Scott didn’t know what was going on in the crowd. 

The eighth fatality of the Travis Scott concert is a 23-year old Ole Miss student. 


An ex-student at Ole Miss, a 23 year-old woman, whose brother pulled her into safety but she ran off into the crowd as he tried to save her has been named the eighth victim in Travis Scott’s Astroworld concert.  

Madison Dubiski, of Cypress, and her younger brother Ty were at the concert in Houston, Texas, together on Friday night. 

According to the Houston Chronicle, the two were physically separated during the show and Ty tried to get Madison to safety. Madison was then sucked into a crowd. 

Dubiski was one of the eight who died in the chaos that followed. Scott kept going with the set for at most 30 more minutes, defying panicked concertgoers and refusing to stop. Many people sustained injuries and 13 remain in the hospital. 

According to the Houston Chronicle, Dubiski was a student at the University of Mississippi from 2016 through 2017. She worked as an advertising and marketing professional. At Cy-Fair High School she was Varsity cheerleader, and a member of National Charity League. This is a group that provides community service for moms and daughters at middle and high schools.

According to friends, Michelle was Michelle’s best friend. Ty graduated from Cy-Fair High School in 2019.  

The eighth and final fatality at Travis Scott's Astroworld concert has been identified as Madison Dubiski, 23, of Cypress

Madison Dubiski (23), of Cypress, was the eighth and last fatality from Travis Scott’s Astroworld concert.

Dubiski was at the show with her younger brother Ty, but the two were pulled apart in the crowd

Ty and Dubiski were at the show together, but they got pulled apart in front of the crowd.

Riley Dimeo shared a tribute on Facebook for Dubiski, who she called her ‘best friend, secret keeper, sissy, and soulmate’

Riley Dimeo posted a Facebook tribute to Dubiski. She called Dubiski her best friend, secret keeper, sissy and soulmate.

Lauren Vogler, an ex-classmate of mine, said that she was’super bright, inspiring, and just an overall sweet girl’. She said, “I cheered for her growing up and she was always encouraging.” She was always the center of attention and was loved by everyone.

Vogler stated that Dubiski, a passionate Astros fan and her favourite color was pink, was there always for her friends. Vogler added, “She was definitely one the ‘too glamorous to give a damn! kind of girl.

Riley Dimeo wrote a Facebook tribute for Dubiski. Riley called Dubiski her “best friend”, secret keeper and sissy” and added that she will miss Astroworld.

Madison was the first person to give her love and support. She said, “I’ve never experienced such pure love or friendship before Madison came into mine and I don’t know how my life would continue without her.” Mads was a sweet, loving, generous and kind person if you had the privilege to meet her. Every person that she came across in her life felt special and appreciated. She made everyone feel accepted.

Dimeo added, “I’m still unable to comprehend this tragedy nor accept the reality that she is gone.” Our girl will be rewarded with justice. She is my angel. Your friendship and role as my Guardian Angel was truly an honor. I love you forever. Till we meet again, sissy. Keep her friends and family in your prayers during this time of sorrow. 

Franco Patino (21-year-old University of Dayton student) was also among the victims. He was there with Jacob Jurinek (20-year-old), when they were both trampled and killed. 

Jurinek bought tickets for his 21st Birthday on November 20, six months prior to the event. 

These two men, both from Naperville in Illinois, grew up in the same neighborhood and met at elementary school. They were celebrating their reunion at the concert. 

“They met at elementary school.” [in Naperville]Franco’s brother Cesar Patino said that they were “best friends all the way through our lives.”  

21-year-old Patino was a student at the University of Dayton in southern Ohio, where he studied engineering

20-year-old Jurinek was studying journalism at Southern Illinois University

Franco Patino, a University of Dayton student (left), was also among the victims. He was there with Jacob Jurinek (20 years old) when he was also trampled. 

Patino (left) and Jurinek grew up in the same Illinois town and were best friends

Jurinek (left) was born in the same Illinois village as Patino and they were close friends.

John Hilgert was 14, the youngest victim in the tragic crush that claimed eight lives at the Astroworld Festival in Houston on Friday night.

Hilgert, left, was a ninth grader at Memorial High School and was remembered as a talented baseball player, as well as a popular student

Hilgert, left, was a ninth grader at Memorial High School and was remembered as a talented baseball player, as well as a popular student

Hilgert was pictured at the same time as Houston's medical examiner shared a photo of another male victim's body they were unable to identify

Hilgert was also photographed as Houston’s physician shared a photograph of another male victim that they couldn’t identify 

Scott organized the lineup for the Astroworld Festival in his native Houston

Scott organized the Astroworld Festival lineup in Houston, Texas.

Patino was a huge fan of the rapper, traveling from southern Ohio to Houston for the concert, according to WGN9.  

Jurinek (also known as Jake) attended Southern Illinois University. 

Patino was studying engineering and was a member of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers and the Alpha Psi Lambda.  

He also was a member of the special interest house that the society created with Andy Prieto, a fellow student.

Patino wrote in an article on the society’s existence that Andy and I had worked day and night together to fulfill this dream.    

Jurinek is listed on the SIU’s People Finder’ site as a junior student of journalism.  

SIU Chancellor Austin A. said, “We are heartbroken to have lost a Saluki member, Jacob Jurinek.” Lane released a statement on Sunday. “Jacob, a talented, intelligent young person, had a promising career, both in advertising and journalism. We will remember Jacob’s friends and family as we grieve this loss.

John Hilgert (14 years old), was the youngest victim in the tragedy. He was a 9th grader at Memorial High School, Houston. His legacy includes being a gifted baseball player and a beloved student. 

Spring Branch ISD spokeswoman said, “Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family, friends, and the Memorial staff.” It is an awful loss and MHS is still grieving.

“Please remember the family of this student as they deal with this terrible tragedy. Students will have counselors next week available to help them.

Justin Higgs was John’s favorite baseball coach and he also shared a sincere tribute via Instagram. He said, ‘RIP John Hilgert. The Almighty granted him the call up to the Major Leagues. John had an immediate impact on everyone who knew him. They will always remember him. John is a person I will never forget. 

“You must love this child. There was no other way than to love him for who he is. He was passionate about baseball. It was a pleasure to coach him. Many prayers go out to any of his friends, teammates, and his family… especially Ms. Hilgert. 

“One of my best friends. John was an Angel the whole time I knew him… impacting others for good and he himself was a legend. John, the legend. John. Keep watching over us, my friend. A great catcher, pitcher and shortstop. He lived his best life. 

Hilgret attended Friday’s concert with his long-time friend, Robby Hendrix, 15.

Hendrix’s mother, Tracy Faulkner, bought her son’s ticket it for his birthday and ‘ultimately regrets the decision.’

Faulkner said to Houston Chronicle, “Everything that happened on that night was a tragedy.” “They were in the exact same spot at the same moment and they both came home, one of them we’ll never see again.”

According to her, Hilgret was a friend of Hendrix for many years. They played together football.

“John was an excellent student, athlete, and polite. She shared that he was the smartest, sweetest, and most intelligent young man she knew. 

Hilgert was photographed at the same moment as Houston’s physician shared a photograph of another victim they couldn’t identify.

Since then, the family of this man have come forward. He has been identified by KTRK as Axel Acosta. 

Axel Acosta, 21, had traveled from Washington to attend the festival - his first concert. Cops shared a photo of his body after they were unable to identify him

Axel Acosta (21 years old) had traveled from Washington in order to see the festival. This was Axel’s first concert. After being unable to identify Axel, cops took a photograph of him and shared it with the public. 

Acosta's father Edgar, pictured left, says he struggled to file a missing person's report because the family live out-of-state

Edgar Acosta (pictured left) says his father struggled with filing missing person’s reports because Acosta and his family are out-of-state.

A makeshift memorial was placed outside NRG Park, where the festival was held

An unofficial memorial was set up outside NRG Park where the festival took place.

Annunciation Catholic Church in Houston holds its own memorial for the victims

Houston’s Annunciation Catholic Church holds a memorial to the victims

A visitor writes a note at the NRG Park memorial

An anonymous visitor leaves a message at the NRG Park Memorial

His aunt Cynthia stated that Acosta traveled from Washington in order to go to his first concert. Edgar, Acosta’s father, identified his remains at Memorial Medical Hospital. 

Acosta was 21 years old last month. He had been studying computer science in Western Washington University. According to his father, he was unable to file missing persons’ reports in the aftermath of the tragic crush due the fact that the family is out of state.   

One brother of one victim slammed the poor management of the event run by “horrible” people. 

Danish Baig (27) was among the people who succumbed to an explosion at the concert.  

Basil Baig confirms that Baig was murdered while trying to help a relative in the stampede during the concert. 

Basil posted on Facebook, “My brother died in the horrible Astroworld event that was poorly managed and supervised by so many terrible people.” 

He gave his brother a standing ovation for his courage and called him an “amazing soul”.  

Others whose deaths have been confirmed to various news outlets are 16-year-old Brianna Rodriguez and Rodolfo ‘Rudy’ Peña, 23.

Danish Baig, 27, pictured, was killed at Travis Scott's Astroworld after saving a relative during the stampede on Friday, his brother said

Danish Baig (right), 27 years old, was killed in Travis Scott’s Astroworld. He had saved a family member during Friday’s stampede, his brother stated.

Rodolfo 'Rudy' Pena, 23, was an aspiring model and dreamed of one day being a US Border Patrol agent. He died of cardiac arrest

Rodolfo “Rudy” Pena (23), was an aspirant model who hoped to become a US Border Patrol Agent. He was struck with cardiac arrest and died.

Pena died of cardiac arrest after being injured at the show

Pena, who was injured during the show, suffered from cardiac arrest. 

Basil wrote that Basil had saved his brother from the horrible acts being committed to my sister-in-law. 

“My brother Danish Baig [is]A beautiful spirit who is admired by others[e]He would smile and lighten up the room, putting everyone first. My sister-in law was saved by him last night through his bravery. 

“I was there but couldn’t save my brothers.” 

Basil stated that people were “hitting, pushing and shoveling” and “didn’t care about anyone’s lives.” 

He claimed that Stormi, the baby daddy of Kylie Jenner and superstar rapper Stormi, ‘provoked’ these people to do exactly that [stampede]He called more people onto the stage, encouraging them to get into the crowd. The show did not stop. 

Basil added that he was still alive and would continue to fight for justice. 

His brother Basil (second left) confirmed his brother's (left) death on Facebook and called what he did a 'courageous act'

Basil, Basil’s brother from the second left, confirmed Basil’s death (left), and called his actions a courageous act. 

Brianna, pictured with her mother, was killed at the event

Brianna (pictured here with her mother) was shot and killed during the event 

Brianna Rodriguez, 16, (left) was a dancer and junior in high school. On Saturday, the family of 16-year-old Brianna Rodriguez confirmed that she was one of the eight victims who died

Brianna Rodriguez, 16 (left), was a dancer who also attended high school as a junior. Brianna Rodriguez’s family confirmed on Saturday that she was among the eight victims.

Scott shared a message on his Instagram on Saturday, where he told fans he was 'devastated' and was 'working closely with authorities'

Scott wrote a post on Instagram Saturday in which he stated that he was devastated and is ‘working closely to authorities’ 

Eight people were killed at the event after a crowd surge happened

Following a large crowd surge, the event saw eight deaths. 

One witness described it as a 'floor of bodies' and fans were screaming at to 'stop the show'

It was described by one witness as “a floor of bodies” and the fans were shouting at each other to stop it.

The chaos began after Scott took the stage. The star completed his set

Scott was on the podium and chaos started. Scott completed his set. 

Families identified the deaths of two others at this tragic incident.  

Brianna Rodriguez, 16, People confirmed, and Rodolfo ‘Rudy’ Peña, 23, confirmed by the Laredo Morning Times, were among the eight. 

Rodriguez was both a dancer as well as a senior in high school. 

Her family posted the following message on Facebook: “Gone to our sites but never our hearts.” 

To help her family with their funeral costs, they set up a GoFundMe account. From its $30,000 goal, it has raised $8.910  

Peña was an aspiring model and had dreams of becoming a U.S. Border Patrol agent, according to USA Today.  

To attend the Houston show with friends, he drove for five hours from Laredo. He died in cardiac arrest.  

According to his sister, the Laredo Morning News reported that he was the most sweet and outgoing person they knew. He loved Travis’ music, and he was an avid fan.

Around 2pm hundreds of fans stormed the festival's VIP entrance. About seven hours later the surge in front of the main stage killed eight people but the two events appear to be unrelated

At 2pm, hundreds stormed into the VIP area of the festival. Seven hours later, eight were killed by a crowd in front the main stage. The two incidents appear unrelated

On Friday, approximately 50,000 people attended Astroworld Festival at NRG Park. Witnesses claimed chaos broke out when Scott performed. 

The surge took place at 9:15 PM. At that point, the’mass causalty incident’ was officially declared. The concert was stopped by Live Nation at 10.10 p.m. 

On Friday night, hundreds of people were captured rushing through the VIP entry at Live Nation’s event. This raised concerns about crowd control and overcrowding. 

Scott, 29 years old, continued performing after eight victims were killed, including two children aged 14 and 16. Scott was part of a “floor” that witnesses described as an endless stream of dead bodies. 

Video circulating on Twitter shows fans chanting ‘stop the show’ as concertgoers were being knocked down and crushed by other attendees.  

Scott did his 75-minute show, but at one point he was recorded calling out for help. Another video shows him standing on a platform while chaos was unfolding below.

The chaos continued and the rapper finished his performance. He even glanced in the direction passed out fans while the show was going on. Scott stopped the show at least once and called for security assistance to those in distress. 

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner revealed during a press conference Saturday that the dead ranged in age from 14 to 27. The cause of their deaths has yet to be determined.  

Scott’s girlfriend Kylie Jenner (pregnant with their second child) was also present at the event. However, she was criticised online after posting footage of an ambulance caring for the wounded and the dead during the chaos.  

However, other video clips from that night show distraught fans begining concert staff to stop their performance and rescue them from this surge.

‘People are f***ing dying, I want to save somebody’s life,’ a man said as he climbed on a platform where a cameraman was filming the performance.