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Travis Scott is a famous American recording artist, rapper, technician and art director.

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His account, which boasts a following of 43.9 million, featured several since-deleted snapshots of battered fans who appeared to sustain injuries at his concerts (via the New York Post). A caption on one of the reported posts (several of which were also picked up by TMZ and the Mirror) refers to the hurt fan as his "hero." Another reportedly celebrated a woman who broke her hand but didn't "give a f***." One Instagram post that's still up shows a bloodied fan alongside the caption "I love u."

Many have taken to the comments section of the photo to share their thoughts. One critic simply posted "#canceltravisscott." Another called him out for "sneak deleting" other photos. "You are trash," the user added. "Once you put something on the internet it's always there," someone pointed out. Still, some came to Scott's defense. One fan accused Astroworld's organizers and asserted naysayers didn't understand "rage culture." Another claimed that haters "just like cancelling people." Clearly, both the photos and Scott's behavior have polarizing effects. (Source: www.thelist.com)

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Travis Scott found himself under intense scrutiny following the tragedy that left eight dead and more injured during his set at Astroworld Festival on November 5. According to The New York Times, his performance in Houston, Texas continued more than a half-hour after the situation had been deemed a mass casualty event by city officials. Footage from the concert shows fans pleading with him to stop the show, though it is unclear if he could understand the message from the stage (via Newsweek). (Source:

His account, which boasts a following of 43.9 million, featured several since-deleted snapshots of battered fans who appeared to sustain injuries at his concerts (via the New York Post). A caption on one of the reported posts (several of which were also picked up by TMZ and the Mirror) refers to the hurt fan as his "hero." Another reportedly celebrated a woman who broke her hand but didn't "give a f***." One Instagram post that's still up shows a bloodied fan alongside the caption "I love u." (Source: www.thelist.com)

 

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