Travis Scott is working hard to make a gradual comeback following theAstro World tragedylast November.
While the rapper was playing at Miami's "Ultra Club" E11 on Saturday, he found fans in the crowd recording the video – and to give them a better angle. I decided to pick up the phone.
"But it was a FaceTime call," witnesses told PageSix. "Travis looked confused, flipped the guy [on the other side of the call] in a playful way, and dropped the phone [to the owner] with a microphone."
A puzzled wrapper The 31-year-old started an instant show at 3:15 am, and DJ Chase B is said to have rotated the track.
"Travis used it as a stage on top of the DJ booth," one attendee told us that Scott played hit songs such as "Pick Up the Phone" and "Highest in the Room." I added.
I heard that one millionaire who spent thousands of dollars at a nearby table also took part in the action and Scott had them ride a microphone to intro "Goose Bumps".
Chase B also played Drake's new album "Honestly, Nevermind", and Scott went to the DJ booth to make a fuss about the crowd.
Later, Scott was told to return to the top of the DJ booth for a cover like Lionel Ritchie's "The Only One."
As Page 6 previously reported, Scott has been since. The first public show was held in the Astro World tragedy at the club in May.
He playeda number of private parties and was scheduled to go on stage at a festival in Las Vegas, but according to, the event was canceled due to production issues. I did. Statement from the organizer.
10 people died and many died during Astro World InjuredFestival when the crowd rushed to the stage. Scott conducted a one-time interview since the festival and in December 2021 told radio moderator Charlamagne tha God "1,000 percent" to help the dying audience. He said he did everything he could. He claimed he couldn't hear their screams from the stage.
As page 6 first reported, Dior recently decided to release a collaboration with Scott's Cactus Jackafter suspending the project following the tragedy. ..