Organisers of what turned out to be one of the deadliest live music events in US history are facing mounting questions about why the rapper Travis Scott continued performing when first responders were already dealing with a mass casualty event.
Eight people ranging in age from 14 to 27 were killed and dozens were injured at the Astroworld festival in Houston on Friday night, when fans were crushed against the stage.
Here is his sorry excuse for an apology for the deaths of his fans… the very people who have made him the wealthy rapper and performer he is – or was. The loved ones of those who lost their lives need answers. This isn’t good enough.
At least two investigations are now underway into the deadly stampede which took placed at the opening night of the Astroworld music festival in Houston, Texas.
A sold-out headline show by rapper and festival organiser Travis Scott on turned deadly when guests began pushing towards the front of the stage, crushing some and reportedly leaving them unable to breathe.
The reports I’ve heard and watched of people who were there are heartbreaking and leaves you speechless and feeling lucky simply because you can breathe without fear… the horrors these young fans experienced in their final moments is hard to imagine…
Not all of us are aware that when we warn our children not to talk to strangers and not to get into cars of people you don’t know… the statistics show that the person most likely to abuse a child is someone close to them, like a parent, teacher or older relative.
These are the predators we need to protect our children from… as well as the “boogie man down the alleyway”. Remember that women sexually abuse too. Leaving a child with a female doesn’t necessarily mean they’re automatically safe from sexual abuse.
“Any child is at risk of being sexual abused. It’s important to remember that both boys and girls can be sexually abused.
Most children who’ve been sexual abused were abused by someone they know. This could be a family member, a friend or someone who has targeted them – like a teacher or sports coach.”
“If a child reveals abuse If a child talks to you about sexual abuse it’s important to:
listen carefully to what they’re saying let them know they’ve done the right thing by telling you tell them it’s not their fault say you’ll take them seriously don’t confront the alleged abuser explain what you’ll do next report what the child has told you as soon as possible.”
Subject – Logan Dorn harassing teenage girls on the beach for – shock horror 🙄 – wearing bikinis!
If this dude didn’t want the 9 and 6 year olds boys to see women – actually teenage girls – in bikinis, he shouldn’t have taken them to the beach. Problem solved.
Once again we have a man trying to tell young girls how to dress to suit HIM. Move away man!! It’s not that hard to do.
The condescending attitude towards the group of girls is awful. He’s so patronising and trying to preach to them to explain why they’re wearing bikinis on the beach!!! It’s a freaking beach!!!!
The last 15 seconds of this story is what made me laugh. He thought he could harass these girls and get away with it. Nope! Social media is savage and after the video went viral people went for him to get his name and place of work! And yup! You guessed it!! He’s got fired.
Well done to Mighty Hand Construction in Colorado who have done the right thing by firing a man harassing girls. I wish more companies did this.
I’m still baffled why adult men think that going up to a group of girls and asking them why they’re wearing bikinis is acceptable??? And then talking about their bodies! Dude. Wow.