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Travis Scott Astroworld concert seen as ‘satanic ritual’

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For those who have attended and were part of the stampede that reportedly killed 8 people and injured several others, they described the Travis Scott concert as a “hellish experience” like they were part of a ‘satanic ritual’ as people passed out and killed during Scott’s performance at the Astroworld Festival last November 5.

The incident unfolded at NRG Park at around 9 p.m. on Friday during the headline performance by Scott, a Grammy Award-nominated singer and producer. As some in the sold-out audience of about 50,000 surged toward the stage, people began to fall unconscious, some apparently suffering cardiac arrest or other medical issues, officials told reporters outside the venue. Minutes later the chaos was declared a “mass casualty incident.”

TikTok user @ca_astronorthstarph even described a video clip as a sort of ritual based on the super low vibrational frequency used in the music that was being played during the concert.

Watch video here: https://vt.tiktok.com/ZSeM4TXAS/

“Technically, if it is low vibrational, it kind of manipulate our brian or wired it into to that frequency it represents. At the same time if you look at the theme of the concert it looks like ‘hell, other side,'” said the popular energy healer and astrologer content creator.

As seen on video clips, the concert went on even as several people started screaming and asking the people behind the concert to stop the show.

Watch video here: https://vt.tiktok.com/ZSeM4pcmG/

There were also footage seen that Scott tried to get help from his staff as soon as he found out somebody passed out. Nevertheless, the show continued on.

Watch video here: https://vt.tiktok.com/ZSeMVvWXm/

Matt Aguilera, who have been to many Astroworld and Travis Scott’s concert, said that this year was different.

Watch video here: https://vt.tiktok.com/ZSeMVUSDL/

“I was compressed against so many people. It was scary, bro, I starrd freakin’ out and made my way to the back exit,” Matt shared his storytime on TikTok.

In another video, Travis was seen apologizing for the incident. Scott said that they are working right now and trying to identiy the families of the victims to assist and send help.

Watch video here: https://vt.tiktok.com/ZSeMV5orK/

“You know my fans, my fans are like… my fans mean the whole world to me. I always just want to leave them with a positive experience and anytime that I can make out or anything that’s going on, I stopped the show and help them get the help they need,” said Travis.

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