Many anticipated that documentaries would be created over the next year, such as on Netflix and Hulu, which would go in-depth about the horrific night, at NRG Park. Now, they are already available. This comes in the middle of Travis facing over 300 lawsuits, which includes one that seeks $2 billion, in damages.
Hulu Releases Astroworld Fest Documentary
Hulu is already the first streaming platform to release a documentary about Astroworld Festival, which is titled “Astroworld: Concert from Hell.” This is appears to be just one episode, which details what happened, in the crowd of 50,000 fans.
“Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival was supposed to be the concert of a lifetime,” said Hulu’s description, about the documentary. “But it turned into a tragic nightmare. A minute-by-minute look at what happened in the crowd, the young victims who were killed, and what happens next.”
Fans React To Hulu’s Release
On social media, viewers were surprised at how quickly that a series about the festival was released. Many have also expressed how they’re interested in checking out the in-depth analysis, of what happened that night, in Houston.
Not Hulu already having a doc about the Astro world incident
— amish witch (@turtlducks) December 2, 2021
the astroworld Hulu documentary is so sad
— 🐢 (@ffsneyda) December 2, 2021
i recommend watching this astroworld 2021 documentary on Hulu , insane
— M ❤️🔥 (@yslmarci) December 1, 2021
Families Of Astroworld Fest Victims Refuse Assistance From Travis
Several families of the deceased victims of the festival are already expressing how they’re not interesting in Travis Scott covering burial costs. This comes after he initially extended the offer, in the aftermath of the tragedies. The first family to so, was the family of 9-year-old Ezra Blount, who suffered brain and organ damage, after falling from his father’s shoulders.
On Wednesday, TMZ reported that the families of 14-year-old John Hilgert and 27-year-old Danish Baig, also refused Travis’ offers, to cover burial expenses. This seemingly appears to be due to them seeking damages, in court. Baig’s family is said to have been offered $7,500, from Travis. Attorney Michael Lyons is representing the Baig family.
“We received a written offer from Travis Scott’s attorney Dan Petrocelli indicating that he would pay $7,500 in funeral burial costs and my clients are rejecting that. You can infer that when a parent has to bury their child that they’re not really interested in people who may have contributed to that being involved.”
The Mithoff law firm is representing the family of John Hilgert, and didn’t specify why they turned the offer down. It was unclear how much Travis offered this family, in burial costs.
Travis Has Been Keeping Low Profile Since Festival
After the incidents of Travis’ Astroworld Festival, he was said to have stayed inside his Houston home, for weeks. A week ago though, he went out to Palm Springs, and golfed with celebrities such as Michael Jordan, Mark Wahlberg, and Kris Jenner’s boyfriend, Corey Gamble. This golf course was also said to be near Jenner’s gated community.
Travis Scott with Mark Wahlberg and Corey Gamble yesterday 🌴 pic.twitter.com/uhunSQxuFy
— TRAVIS SCOTT FANS 🔥 (@LaflameScott) November 24, 2021