Drake was a guest entertainer during Friday’s Travis Scott Astroworld party, in which eight people were killed and many more injured. Now break the silence.
From night to Tuesday Norwegian time, Drake (35) shares his thoughts in a written post Instagram.
«I’ve spent the past few days trying to comprehend this enormous tragedyHe writes to his nearly one hundred million followers and adds:
«I hate turning to this platform just to express a fragile feeling like sadness, but this is where I am».
«My heart breaks for all the family and friends of those who lost their lives, and for all who are suffering».
Drake, originally named Aubrey Drake GrahamAnd He writes that he will do everything in his power to help, and that he will continue to pray for all the victims and relatives.
He concludes by saying:God be with you all».
The artist granted his followers limited access to comment during the post.
background: Eight dead and many injured during a rap concert
On social media, Drake faced heavy criticism for his participation in the scandalous party. Like Travis Scott (30), he is sued, along with the regulator and promoter.
Drake was also reprimanded for not commenting on the incident, which he has now done.
Scott was out early express their despair – Also use Instagram and Twitter as a channel. However, the rapper had to put up with a lot of outrage on social media because of what happened. Most of the criticism is that he did not stop the party when chaos broke out.
witnesses: – People got run over
On Monday night, Scott came out with an announcement that he would cover all expenses for funerals for the dead.
These are dead: Read about the victims
This is not the first time that there has been drama surrounding Travis Scott. When the rapper hosted Astroworld In 2019, three people were hospitalized after a riot broke out. In 2015, the rapper was arrested after he allegedly encouraged the audience to tear down fences and storm the stage while performing at the Lollapalooza Festival in Chicago.
In 2017, Scott called on the public in Arkansas to break security rules. The rapper later pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct.
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