Travis Scott seen with Michael Jordan, Mark Wahlberg and others near LA

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Travis Scott has ventured out of Texas after the Astroworld tragedy, a few weeks ago and headed to California during the holiday weekend. He was seen at the links with Michael Jordan, Mark Wahlberg, Corey Gamble and Said Taghmaoui.

The group was said to have been seen at the golf course that is next to a gated community in Palm Springs where Kris Jenner has a home. He is spending time with Kylie Jenner and her family for the Thanksgiving holiday, in this trip to Southern California. Travis Scott is dating Kylie Jenner.

This is the first time Travis has been seen in public after the tragedy on November 5, where 10 people were killed during his performance. He was holed up in his Houston mansion for weeks and was seen outside his home but not in public.

There are photos of Travis Scott that show him hanging out with Kris Jenner’s boyfriend Corey Gamble. He is also seen with French-American actor Said Taghmaoui, who is also seen in pictures with Michael Jordan. The pictures were reportedly taken at the Madison Club in La Quinta, California.



Ed McPherson, who is Travis Scott’s lawyer, told TMZ that the rapper had not known that many people had died during his performances. He reportedly came to know about the deaths and injuries, several hours after his show got over. He said that he would pay for all the funeral expenses but at least one victim’s family rejected his offer.

The rapper has been sued by multiple victims’ families who lost their family members in the tragedy that unfolded at Astroworld. There was a huge surge around 9:15 p.m. on November 5, at the NRG Park in Houston, Texas, which resulted in several deaths that very day and hundreds were injured.

Many concertgoers who were injured and faced both physical and mental traumas have also filed lawsuits against the rapper, Live Nation, Apple and other organizers who were involved in hosting the musical events. The amounts sued for damages and more has reportedly crossed a billion.

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