Families and loved ones are still grappling with the unfortunate events that took place at #TravisScott’s Astroworld Fest, and it looks like Drake thinks the same way.
According to TMZ, Drake’s new feature on the upcoming French Montana album won’t hit streaming platforms after the Astroworld tragedy. Drake was slated to star in a song called “Splash Brothers,” which was reportedly removed from the album without warning.
A source close to Champagne Papi told TMZ he doesn’t think this is the best time to release new music out of respect for those affected by the deaths nearly two weeks ago. Drake is reportedly still preoccupied with the tragic events himself.
As French prepares for the release of his album “They Got Amnesia,” he respects Drake’s decision to release the song, sources told TMZ. In fact, the single is said to be released in the deluxe version in the future.
Drake has been hit by intense heat since the Astroworld Festival, including a variety of lawsuits related to his participation in the festival. The latest lawsuit claims $ 750 million from Travis Scott, Champagne Papi, Apple Music and others after 10 people were killed that night.
“The victims that night went to Astroworld for fun. Neither they nor their families were ever warned that they were in an extremely dangerous situation, ”the lawsuit reads. “[21-year-old Alex Acosta] was crushed with such force by the trapped, unruly and out of control crowd that he could no longer breathe. “
100 lawsuits were filed after the tragedy.
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