Travis Scott accused of 'exploiting' and 'profiting' off Astroworld victims with one-month free online therapy offer

Travis Scott accused of 'exploiting' and 'profiting' off Astroworld victims with one-month free online therapy offer


Travis Scott has been accused of 'exploiting' the Astroworld tragedy and 'profiting' off of concertgoers' trauma after partnering with the controversial virtual therapy provider BetterHelp.


The 30-year-old rapper was performing on stage at his Astroworld Festival in Houston on Friday when a crowd surge left at least eight people dead and hundreds of others injured.


Scott, who has had more than 40 lawsuits filed against him following the concert, released a statement on Monday pledging to cover all funeral costs and refund the cost of all tickets.


He also announced that he was partnering with BetterHelp to supply free one-on-one online therapy to any concertgoers impacted by the tragic events at Astroworld.


However, the initiative has been met with backlash with Scott being accused that he would financially benefit from the partnership, which BetterHelp has denied.Latest Post
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