The plaintiffs are demanding a payment of $750 million in compensation for moral damage.
At least 125 people, who attended the opening of the Astroworld Festival in Houston (Texas), where 10 people died in a stampede on November 5, filed a class-action lawsuit against American rapper Travis Scott, Canadian rapper Drake, and the organizers of the event. This was reported by The Wall Street Journal newspaper with reference to the statement of claim.
According to the newspaper, the plaintiffs are demanding a payment of $750 million in compensation for moral damage. They also claim that the concert organizers were unable to create safe conditions for the event. In addition, Drake is accused of not trying to stop the concert. At the same time, Travis Scott is accused of allegedly inciting violence at his performances, the lawsuit notes.
Representatives of the two performers did not give any comments in connection with the submitted application. Earlier, Travis Scott said that he was cooperating with the authorities in investigating the crush at his concert.