Travis Scott has been working to maintain his reputation after having tried to launch Project HEAL, which was dismissed as a stunt, but today has been mostly quiet, except to give Coachella some information about his withdrawal from the lineup, via several billboards promoting his upcoming Utopia project.
The Travis Scott Festival Tragedy filmmaker, named Charlie Minn, gave an interview with Page Six, alleging that Scott is a criminal because of the presence of an ambulance and Travis stopping when he saw people passed out, the rapper should have known people had died.
Minn has said his piece, and the Scotts team has withdrawn, stating that the film is a propaganda piece made by members of the plaintiffs legal teams, who, weeks after a tragedy, sought to profit and benefit financially from it, with the aim of securing future juries and public opinion.
Other quotes: It''s a profit play and a publicity stunt, with no assistance from the film industry, no distribution, and from a filmmaker with no respect from his field, who has been dubbed a trauma pornographer.
A producer of the film, which appears to be quite strange, and a few plaintiffs decided to be included in the clip. The film has started airing in Texas today. Check out the trailer below.