#Roommates, as hundreds of lawsuits, ongoing deaths and assorted injuries continue to be the focus of the tragedy that unfolded at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival, an upcoming collaboration he was working on has been officially put on hold. It has just been announced that Nike has decided to postpone its sneaker collaboration with Travis Scott after the fatal incident at Astroworld.
@Revolt reports that just a week after the Astroworld festival that has now killed 10 people and injured dozens of others, Nike finally got it Made a decision that many speculated would come to pass. Nike released a statement earlier today that it would postpone its sneaker collaboration with Travis Scott, which was originally due to be released on December 16NS.
“Out of respect for everyone who was affected by the tragic events at the Astroworld Festival, we are postponing the market launch of the Air Max 1 x Cactus Jack,” said the statement, which was also published on social media. The Baroque Brown and Saturn Gold colorways of Travis Scott’s Air Max 1 collab were reportedly priced at $ 160 each.
As we previously reported, over 100 lawsuits have been filed against Travis and the popular concert promoter Live Nation – more lawsuits are expected in the coming days.
One of the injured contestants, Niaara Goods, is suing not only Travis and Live Nation but also Astroworld actor Drake. “The deadly mass onslaught and its aftermath unfolded right in front of Webster and Graham. Nonetheless, they continued to perform while medical staff struggled to reach the numerous unconscious and injured concert-goers. ”She is suing $ 1 million for injuries she has sustained.
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