Travis Scott is still receiving backlash for his Astroworld Festival that left 10 people died, and over 300 injured, in November. The noise isn’t as loud publicly, but the Houston native is still facing hundreds of lawsuits.
Travis has since offered to pay for burial costs of those who died, but several families of them, rejected his offers. Now, the FBI is asking attendees of that night, on November 5, to get involved.
According to Billboard, the FBI wants attendees of Astroworld Fest, to send photos and videos, from that night. They have since created a form on the FBI website, to submit all of these materials. This was stated by the Houston PD
The FBI also wants content from that night that occurred between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. in the festival’s “main venue area.”
“Houston Police Detectives have already viewed countless hours of video evidence as part of our ongoing investigation into the Astroworld event,” said the Houston Police Department in a statement. “To ensure that we have captured all possible evidence for a complete investigation, we have partnered with the Federal Bureau of Investigation for additional technical assistance.”
Astroworld Fest was originally held at NRG Park. There was supposed to be one more night of performances, but the first night’s deadly events, put an end to that. Headliners included Travis Scott, SZA, Roddy Ricch, Lil Baby, Young Thug, and more.