More and more singers are said to have been drawn into Diddy’s mysterious projects. Have you ever thought about who these rappers are? There are rumors that Travis Scott went shopping with Diddy, who helped him get back on his feet after the Astro World tragedy. But there’s a stranger link between Diddy and Travis.
There are rumors going around that the Astroworld disaster has a deeper, illegal link. Imagine if Travis Scott’s rise was tied to a sacrifice in the business. In 1991, Diddy is said to have had a similar experience when he was in charge of an event where nine people died.
Was Diddy’s public support for Travis a cover for a sacrifice they both made? Find out about the shocking links between them as Diddy predicts Travis’s path to becoming the next black billionaire. What deal did Travis take, and how does it really relate to what happened on Astroworld? Prepare yourself for a story that will not go as planned.
More and more people say that Travis Scott went shopping with Diddy after Diddy helped him get over the Astroworld disaster. Each day, more and more rappers are said to have been on Diddy’s list of people he wanted to take shopping and hook up with for his freak shows. But there is a deeper link between Diddy’s sacrifice in 1991, in which nine teens died in a stampede, and an event he put on at New York City’s College City Gym.
Diddy is “Not Cancelling” Travis Scott 30 Years After Going Through a Tragedy Like Astroworld
As of this week, Sean “Diddy” Combs said that he made Travis Scott appear at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards, which Diddy is in charge of producing. It would be Travis’s first big show since the terrible accident at the 2021 Astroworld Festival. “I’m uncanceling the canceled,” Diddy said, referring to the negative reactions to Travis as the poster child for a tragedy in which 10 people died of compression asphyxiation during his show.
It makes sense that Diddy and Kanye are standing with Travis and trying to get him back on stage. When the City College of New York tragedy happened in 1991, Diddy was called the face of a venue disaster, which has eerie similarities to what happened at Astroworld. In 1989, nine people died and 29 were badly hurt when there were too many people in the CCNY gym and they trampled on each other. Stars like LL Cool J and Mike Tyson were at a celebrity basketball game and show that Diddy and Heavy D co-sponsored.
In both cases, the tragedies happened because the events were too crowded and there wasn’t enough protection to keep the crowds of people who got in without paying in check. In Travis’s case, thousands of fans who weren’t paying stormed the event grounds at Houston’s NRG Field after Travis tweeted and then deleted messages encouraging them to do so. For Diddy, thousands of people rushed the locked doors of the CCNY gym after it had been closed because it was too busy. Both events were packed with people who wanted to get a close look at the stars.
Travis and other people involved with the festival are being sued for $2 billion, and the families of the people who died have criticized the Houston rapper, saying that he hasn’t shown grief in public.
Recent album teasers show that Travis is still trying to move forward with his work, even though he’s getting a lot of bad press. Diddy is also trying to look out for him because he knows how heavy Travis’s guilt may be. After what happened at CCNY, Diddy’s career took off like a rocket. His ability to find talent and star quality got him through the trouble. Now that Astroworld is over, Diddy’s career has been full of other events. In fact, many young fans know about the CCNY episode, which made the news again. But the tragedy will never be forgotten by the people who died at CCNY and their families, as well as those who died at Astroworld.
It’s not clear how Astroworld will affect Travis’s ability to stay on Billboard and his chances of getting concerts in the future. Many questions remain, but Diddy is attempting to bring Travis back into the spotlight out of a sense of shared support. Let’s go over what happened in 1991 again.