YouTuber PewDiePie slams Travis Scott: There's no 'I don't know!'


YouTuber PewDiePie has commented on the tragedy at Travis Scott's 2021 Astroworld concert. He said Travis should have done something to stop the chaos.

Although according to him chaos in concerts is common, there is something different about Travis Scott's concerts.

"If you see a lot of people trying to talk to the staff, especially the cameraman and trying to say what is going on. And as far as I know no action has been taken," he said on his YouTube Channel.

PewDiePie said people were screaming for the 2021 Astroworld concerts to be stopped, highlighting that no staff had reacted. In the early events where someone was unconscious, PewDiePie was also surprised to see Travis Scott who was close to the incident but did not realize there was severe chaos at his concert.

"Above the crowd he saw everything, the cops, the paramedics, what Travis Scott was doing was turning into a robot," he said.

"I've been on stage, seen crowds ... I don't understand if there are still people who defend him not seeing it because basically there is no reason. There have been many examples and we have seen a lot of footage of the incident," continued PewDiePie.

When this news was written, Tuesday (11/16/2021), this video has already received 549 thousand likes and 5.4 thousand dislikes. A number of people have also commented.

"Linkin Park has always been very interactive with the audience and the focus in their concerts is always on the safety of the fans, even if they have fun," wrote Aari 12.02.

"I happened to be at a Travis Scott concert a few years ago, and I've seen at least 3 people pass out and be taken out of the front row in the first few minutes, and he doesn't even stop. I guess it's a regular occurrence for him," says A Zeiny. .

"Everyone is guilty. The way the people present behaved and the way the staff didn't control the crowd or Travis was too high to notice," said another netizen.

Astroworld 2021 claimed 8 lives and as a result Travis Scott faces 108 lawsuits due to the Astroworld tragedy. Travis himself has clarified and expressed his sympathy for the incident, but the case is still heating up.

"The rioting that resulted in the deaths and injuries occurred right in front of Webster and Graham. However, they continued their performances while the medical personnel struggled to help the many unconscious and injured concertgoers," reads a lawsuit from one of the audience, Niaara. Goods.

YouTuber PewDiePie slams Travis Scott: There's no 'I don't know!' YouTuber PewDiePie slams Travis Scott: There's no 'I don't know!' Reviewed by thecekodok on 2:55:00 PM Rating: 5
Powered by Blogger.