There’s more fallout for Travis Scott in the wake of the deadly crowd surge at his Astroworld Festival in Houston in November that resulted in 10 people being killed and hundreds more injured.

According to reports, the singer was dropped from Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival 2022, where he had been slated as one of the headliner. Variety.

Criticized Astroworld attendees criticized his decision to not stop the headlining show sooner. news of his removal from the Coachella Festival comes on the heels of a petition that’s lobbying for Scott’s removal from all Goldenvoice performances.

Pulled: Travis Scott, 30, has been dropped from the upcoming lineup for the upcoming 2022 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival

Pulled: Travis Scott (30), has been removed from the 2022 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival’s lineup

Headline slot: Scott had been tapped to among the headlining artists for the upcoming Coachella Festival, which has been canceled since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Headline slot: Scott was selected to be one of the Coachella Festival’s headliners. The festival has been cancelled since 2019, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

As of Friday night’s final check, nearly 60,000 people had signed the petition. 

This is the news Scott will no longer be a part of the Coachella 2022 line up was first reported by KESQ Palm Springs residents credited the decision to Jim Curtis, Community Services Manager, for their success. 

The online petition called on Coachella organizers Goldenvoice and Paul Tollett to remove the rapper from music festivals after his concert in Houston.

So far, representatives for Scott, the Coachella festival and the city of Indio, California, where the event is held, have not confirmed the KESQ report.

Coachella was founded in 1999 and is the most popular music festival in North America. It has a capacity for 125,000. Scott’s Astroworld Festival was home to about 55,000 people on the tragic night. 

Gaining steam: The news of Scott's removal from the Coachella Festival comes on the heels of a petition that's lobbying for the rapper's removal from all Goldenvoice performances

Gaining momentum. Scott’s expulsion from Coachella Festival is following a petition, which advocates for Scott’s dismissal from any Goldenvoice performance.

Grand affair: The annual Coachella Festival in Indio, California can hold up to 125,000 fans

Grande affair: Up to 125,000 people can attend the Coachella Festival, which is held in Indio (California).

Scott and Rage Against the Machine, Frank Ocean, were originally announced as Coachella headliners back in January 2020. But, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused multiple delays to the festival.

Ocean now plans to bring his show back to 2023. Scott and RATM, however, were still slated as headliners up until the latest developments.

The festival organizers now have two open slots for Scott at Coachella. They will need to fill the remaining headlining spots in 2022. Typically organizers like to announce lineups during the first days of the new year, so it’s likely that will be the case again.       

In a likely sign of more fallout, Scott’s vanity hard seltzer brand, Cacti, will be pulled from shelves after Anheuser-Busch said it will no longer sell the product in the wake of the Astroworld scandal.

On hold: Travis Scott, seen here at the fatal Astroworld Festival disaster, will no longer be selling his hard seltzer line

Put on hold! Travis Scott was seen at the Astroworld Festival tragedy. He will no longer sell his hard seltzer brand.

Fallout: The Cacti brand Agave Spiked Seltzer is being discontinued by Anheuser-Busch, though Scott said he requested they stop selling it

Anheuser-Busch has discontinued the Cacti Agave Spiked Seltzer brand. Scott however stated that he asked them to stop selling it

Anheuser-Busch stated in a statement that they had made the decision to cease production of CACTI Agave Spiked Seltzer.

Scott’s spokesperson refuted this statement, countering that Scott had cancelled the alcohol-infused beverage because he wanted to focus on other important issues following the death and injury related to it. Stampede at Astroworld’s Houston concert on November 5.

“Travis made it clear that he was not focusing on business at the moment and that his primary concern is to help his fans and community heal. CACTI wanted AB InBev’s spokesperson to tell TMZ that no product will be available at the moment. 

Scott has expressed remorse over tragedy, which he reiterated again when he sat down for an interview with Charlamagne Tha God on Thursday.

He claimed that he didn’t know that there had been serious injuries during his set the night before, but that it was only after his performance that he realized.  

He's talking: The rapper Scott reiterated his remorse over the Astroworld stampede when he sat down for an interview with Charlamagne Tha God on Thursday

He’s talking: The rapper Scott reiterated his remorse over the Astroworld stampede when he sat down for an interview with Charlamagne Tha God on Thursday

In the dark: The Houston native maintained that he was not aware that serious injuries had occurred until after his performance on the first night of his festival

He was in the dark: Houston’s native claimed that he didn’t know that serious injuries occurred until after he performed on the first night at the festival

His take: 'Things happen, you know, and it's just been such a time, and I'm just trying to just really figure things out,' Scott said when asked why he was speaking out after more than a month

When Scott was asked about why he spoke out after more that a month, his response was: “Things happen. You know. And it’s just been so long. I’m just trying just to really figure out what’s going on.

Scott claimed that his “in-ear” person didn’t urge him to stop the show sooner and said that he was unaware of the crowd crush and fatal stampede until after he performed.

Houston, Texas native claimed that he was ‘1000%’ certain that he tried his best to avoid the tragedy. However, he claims he wasn’t able to hear the people screaming for help when the chaos escalated. 

When asked his reason for breaking his silence, he replied, “Things happen,” he explained. was given a fiery response by the AstroWorld family. It stated: “Everytime Travis Scott open his mouth to escape responsibility and accountability, it further exacerbates the pain of those who have lost loved ones.”

“Because Travis Scott won’t do it voluntarily, we will force Travis Scott to take responsibility in court in front of jurors,” stated the statement of the family of Axel Acosta (21 years old) who was killed in the stampede.

Scott had to struggle with his emotions when he was speaking about those families who lost their loved ones.

In hiding: The rapper's pregnant on/off girlfriend Kylie Jenner is yet to make an official public appearance since the tragedy

Pulled: The power couple were supposed to appear on this mother's cover of W Magazine, which was frantically pulled by the publisher after the tragedy

It’s not in sight: Kylie Jenner, the rapper’s pregnant on/off girlfriend, has yet to appear publicly since the tragedy. 

They lost their loved ones. He said, “We have to figure it out.”

Scott claimed that he was ‘in the room’ with his grief, but Charlemagne demanded photos of Scott molesting in a course on which Michael Jordan and Mark Wahlberg were playing.

According to the rapper, it was only Thanksgiving. The rapper explained that it was more personal than a professional time.

Not to blame: Scott is refusing to take responsibility for the deadly stampede during his set

Scott has no fault: Scott refuses to assume responsibility for the stampede in his set

Deadly tragedy: 10 people were killed and hundreds more were injured during day one of Scott's Astroworld Festival in Houston, Texas on November 5

A tragic tragedy occurred: On November 5, 10 people were shot to death and scores more were injured at Scott’s Astroworld Festival.

Charlemagne also inquired Scott about Scott’s encouragement of “raging”, referring specifically to the concert culture comparable to moshpits.

Scott’s interview with Victims’ family is criticized by the victim’s family 

Tony Buzbee made an emotional statement on behalf the Axel Acosta family, who was among the 10 people killed in the AstroWorld crowd-stampede. 

I was very interested in Travis Scott’s interview. Do you really believe he wants us to think he is a victim of his crimes? Travis Scott does not consider himself a victim. Axel Acosta is one of the victims. He also said that many other people were injured or killed.

“Travis Scott and his entourage, handlers. managers. promoters. hangers, etc. are all the problem.” Buzbee said that Travis Scott’s actions and words since the deaths of ten and injuries to hundreds more at his concert were lawyer-driven and designed to transfer blame to him.

“He claims he was wearing an earpiece and wasn’t told about the noises in the crowd. The question is: “Did this man have an eyepiece? He deliberately ignored the deaths and chaos that were happening just feet away from him. Travis Scott’s inability to take responsibility or be accountable for his actions only makes the loss of loved ones more severe. 

“Axel Acosta’s family does not want to hear Travis Scott’s excuses. Excuses don’t alleviate their pain and grief. We intend to make Travis Scott take responsibility for his actions in court before a jury because he refuses to do so.

Scott stated that “Raging is just an experience of having fun,” and added that it was an inducing factor to help others and love one another.

He said that Travis Scott’s music is not affected by what happened. He also stated that music is healing and that this tragedy could inspire new lyrics.

Scott said that he was told the show would end only after Drake came onstage.

He claimed that he never was told the reason for the end of the show or the cause of the chaos in the crowd. He stated, “That’s what was coming through my ears.”

Scott blamed the media, pointing the finger at him for the tragedy.

He said, “Yeah. The media wants to put it upon me. However, at the end the day, I don’t believe it’s so much about that. It is more about stepping up to solve the problem.” “Yeah. You know what? I’m the face and the artist of this festival. So yeah.

Scott pledged that he would ‘fix it for the future’ and be the ‘number one voice’ for all of this.

Rumours online that his music or the AstroWorld concert featured ‘Satanic’ imagery or connections were discredited by the rapper. He insists that it was a’man from God’.

“Evil isn’t what we are a part” “We are not trying to become a part or that. We want to share joy.” he stated.

Scot answered a question about what he’d do differently for future performances. He said, “I’ll just do the same as I did before, but double it, making sure everyone’s on post and double down to make sure everyone’s locked in.”

Scott kept returning to Scott’s theme throughout the interview of vowing not to allow similar disasters to happen in the future.

“I am ready to take action and figure out what we can do in the future. Is there anything we can do? he reiterated.

Scott answered the question “It’s crazy that something so tragic happened here”, and he said, “I think it’s because the families were owned by that. I feel like the community is owed that.”

“I feel that we are owed the knowledge of what has happened. And you know, I don’t want to talk to you too soon. But I do need to find out what actually happened.

Scott’s Astroworld Fest turned deadly when the crowd surged at his set on November 5th, which resulted in panic.

Hangin': Scott is seen far right at a table near a golf course last month. Mark Wahlberg is seen far left speaking with Corey Gamble, who is dating Kris Jenner, the mother of Scott's girlfriend Kylie Jenner

Hangin’: Scott was seen far left at a table close to a course last month. Mark Wahlberg, seen at the far left, is speaking to Corey Gamble who is in a relationship with Kris Jenner (the mother of Scott’s girlfriend Kylie Jenner).

Out and about: Travis Scott (seen right with actor Said Taghmaoui) got in tee time on a Southern California golf course, palling around with Michael Jordan and Mark Wahlberg as he tried to get his mind off the dozens of lawsuits he faces in connection with the deadly Astroworld concert in Houston

Out and about: Taghmaoui is seen left posing with Jordan during the outing earlier this week

Out and about: Actor Said Taghmaoui is seen left with Travis Scott and right with Michael Jordan during a golf outing late last month

Ten victims were aged between nine and 27 years old. Twenty-five more people were admitted to hospital, while 300 others were treated on the spot. The incident was investigated.     

A slew of lawsuits have been filed in the wake of the tragedy Astroworld that names Scott, guest performer Drake, promoter Live Nation and individuals affiliated with Houston’s NRG Park and Scoremore Holdings as defendants.

A single lawsuit, filed in November, sought $2 billion for 282 victims.

Scott denied in the lengthy interview that the flurry of lawsuits facing him now had influenced his decision for speaking publicly.

He stated, “It’s about not that,” and said, “At end of the day, you’re just a human being.”