Travis Scott rocks high-top Nike sneakers while hopping out of $5.5MILLION Bugatti in West Hollywood


Travis Scott rocks high-top Nike sneakers while hopping out of his $5.5MILLION Bugatti in West Hollywood… months after Astroworld concert tragedy left 10 dead

Travis Scott was spotted while stepping out in West Hollywood on Tuesday afternoon.

The 31-year-old hitmaker cut a relatively casual figure as he stepped out of his office and hopped into his $5.5million Bugatti Veyron Chiron Super Sport before driving off into the city’s streets.

The performer’s outing comes after the release of several collaborations with clothing retailer Nike, and he was seen wearing and carrying pairs of the brand’s shoes.

Out and about: Travis Scott was spotted while stepping out in West Hollywood on Tuesday afternoon

Out and about: Travis Scott was spotted while stepping out in West Hollywood on Tuesday afternoon

Scott wore a white graphic-printed t-shirt that featured the visages of three individuals during his outing.

The Sicko Mode songwriter also wore a pair of heavily distressed blue jeans while stepping out.

The performer accessorized with several pieces of jewelry, and he also carried a set of patterned high-top Nike sneakers.

He also rocked another set of brown-and-white sneakers that paired well with his bottoms.

Sweet ride: The 31-year-old hitmaker cut a relatively casual figure as he stepped out of his office and hopped into his Bugatti Veyron Chiron Super Sport before driving off into the city's streets

Sweet ride: The 31-year-old hitmaker cut a relatively casual figure as he stepped out of his office and hopped into his Bugatti Veyron Chiron Super Sport before driving off into the city’s streets

Taking it easy: Scott wore a white graphic-printed t-shirt that featured the visages of three individuals during his outing

Taking it easy: Scott wore a white graphic-printed t-shirt that featured the visages of three individuals during his outing

Scott later shared a shot of the inside of his luxurious vehicle to his Instagram Story.

It was announced that one of his new collaborations with Nike had netted him over one million entries during its release this past May.

According to TMZ, the rapper’s team set up a raffle to give fans a fair chance at obtaining two new pairs of Air Trainer 1’s.

The media outlet also pointed out that the signups all occurred within a 30-minute timeframe. 

Letting everyone see: Scott later shared a shot of the inside of his luxurious vehicle to his Instagram Story

Letting everyone see: Scott later shared a shot of the inside of his luxurious vehicle to his Instagram Story

TMZ later reported that Scott wanted to host the raffle on his personal website to ensure that its proceeds would go towards his charity, Project Heal.

The performer launched the initiative this past March in order to provide funds to other philanthropic organizations that he finds to be particularly effective.

Sources told the media outlet that the release of the collaboration would potentially bring in millions of dollars for Project Heal. 

TMZ reported that the rapper was looking to start ‘free mental health programs for vulnerable kids and establish a creative program’ through his initiative.

Making it known: TMZ later reported that Scott wanted to host the raffle on his personal website to ensure that its proceeds would go towards his charity, Project Heal

Making it known: TMZ later reported that Scott wanted to host the raffle on his personal website to ensure that its proceeds would go towards his charity, Project Heal

Kylie Jenner shared a shot of Scott and their baby son wearing pairs of his shoes to her Instagram account on Sunday.

The rapper and his son, whose name has not been revealed to the public as of yet, made a point of wearing the same footwear while posing for the shot.

The performer and the influencer were initially romantically connected in 2017, and they welcomed a daughter named Stormi, aged four, the following year.

The couple went on to bring their son into their lives this past February, and although he was initially named Wolf, his name was changed shortly after his birth.

Kylie and Travis were recently spotted at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards with Stormi, where Scott gave his first TV performance since his deadly Astroworld Festival tragedy that left ten people dead in November last year. 

Like father, like son: Kylie Jenner shared a shot of Scott and their baby son wearing pairs of his shoes to her Instagram account on Sunday

Like father, like son: Kylie Jenner shared a shot of Scott and their baby son wearing pairs of his shoes to her Instagram account on Sunday

The deadly Astroworld incident took place during Scott’s performance set on the evening of Friday, November 5, in his hometown of Houston, Texas. 

Last month it was revealed in a new court filing that more than 4,900 people were injured in the stampede at his concert. 

Attorneys Jason Itkin, Richard Mithoff and, Sean Roberts said that 732 victims were severely injured and required extensive medical treatment after the stampede. 

They claim an additional 1,649 received less extensive treatment, and the severity of 2,540 concertgoers’ injuries is still under review.

Comeback trail: Scott (pictured in Florida back in May 2019) had been keeping a relatively low profile the last six months after 10 died at his Astroworld festival in Houston back in November but has been gradually making a comeback with a string of nightclub appearances

Comeback trail: Scott (pictured in Florida back in May 2019) had been keeping a relatively low profile the last six months after 10 died at his Astroworld festival in Houston back in November but has been gradually making a comeback with a string of nightclub appearances

The filing did not specify what ‘extensive’ or ‘less extensive’ treatment comprised. When reached by DailyMail.com on Tuesday, Mithoff’s office refused to elaborate citing a court-issued February gag order. 

They also refused to disclose the monetary damages victims are suing for. 

It has been previously reported that around 125 people have filed civil lawsuits against Scott and concert promoter Live Nation with potential damages amounting to $750 million.

RollingStone also reported in May that Shanazia Williamson and Jarawd Owens are among those suing Scott, Live Nation and others, claiming in a lawsuit that Williamson was ‘trampled and crushed resulting in the death of her and Jarawd’s unborn child.’ 

Travis Scott’s 2021 Astroworld Festival tragedy explained

Travis Scott’s deadly Astroworld Festival concert claimed the lives of ten people on November 5, 2021, after they died from accidental compressive asphyxiation due to a crowd crush. 

The event was held at NRG Park in Houston, Texas and was the first night of the annual festival founded by Scott in 2018. 

Eight people passed away on the night of the concert, and two more died in the hospital over the following days.

Twenty-five people were hospitalized, and more than 300 people were treated for injuries at the festival’s field hospital.

In January, the Texas Judicial Panel On Multidistrict Litigation combined the hundreds of lawsuits stemming from the Astroworld festival into one single case. 

Autopsies revealed all 10 Astroworld victims died of 'compression asphyxia' - (clockwise) Madison Dubiski, 23; John Hilgert, 14; Bharti Shahani, 22; Axel Acosta, 21; Brianna Rodriguez, 16; Mirza Baig, 27; Franco Patino, 21; Jacob Jurinek, 21; Rodolfo Angel Peña, 23; and Ezra Blount, 9

Autopsies revealed all 10 Astroworld victims died of ‘compression asphyxia’ – (clockwise) Madison Dubiski, 23; John Hilgert, 14; Bharti Shahani, 22; Axel Acosta, 21; Brianna Rodriguez, 16; Mirza Baig, 27; Franco Patino, 21; Jacob Jurinek, 21; Rodolfo Angel Peña, 23; and Ezra Blount, 9 

The lawsuits claim that Scott, LiveNation and other organizers were legally negligent in how they planned the festival, which drew an estimated 50,000 people. 

However, a new court filing in May this year claimed that more 4,900 people were injured in the stampede, a figure that is exponentially higher than initially reported. 

Attorneys Jason Itkin, Richard Mithoff and, Sean Roberts said that 732 victims were severely injured and required extensive medical treatment after the stampede. 

They claim an additional 1,649 received less extensive treatment, and the severity of 2,540 concertgoers’ injuries is still under review.

Shanazia Williamson and Jarawd Owens are among those suing Scott, Live Nation and others, claiming in a lawsuit that Williamson was ‘trampled and crushed resulting in the death of her and Jarawd’s unborn child.’ 

Festival: The deadly incident took place during Scott's performance set on the evening of Friday, November 5, in his hometown of Houston, Texas

Festival: The deadly incident took place during Scott’s performance set on the evening of Friday, November 5, in his hometown of Houston, Texas

Scott broke his silence over the tragedy to radio host Charlamagne tha God during an interview in December last year blaming his ‘in-ear’ person for not urging him to stop the show sooner.

He said he was ‘1000 percent’ certain he did everything he could have to prevent the tragedy, and claims he didn’t hear the screams and cries for help as the crowd went out of control.

‘Things happen, you know, and it’s just been such a time, and I’m just trying to just really figure things out,’ he said when asked why he was breaking his silence.

In a fiery statement to DailyMail.com, the family of one of the victims killed at AstroWorld responded to the interview saying: ‘Every time Travis Scott opens his mouth in an effort to avoid responsibility and accountability, he further exacerbates the pain of those that lost loved ones.’

‘Because he won’t voluntarily do so, we intend to force Travis Scott to accept responsibility for his conduct, in court, in front of a jury,’ added the statement from the family of 21-year-old Axel Acosta, who perished in the stampede.

Travis Scott performs during 2021 Astroworld Festival at NRG Park on November 05, 2021 in Houston, Texas

Travis Scott performs during 2021 Astroworld Festival at NRG Park on November 05, 2021 in Houston, Texas

 

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