The Astroworld Festival was considered a huge event with 100,000 fans taking place on Nov 5 2021 in Houston, Texas.
All were happy until the tragedy happened.
Since the incident, Travis Scott has been facing outrage from many individuals and even after his apology video. He is still under the “magnifying glass”.
Travis Scott was sued after the incident and numerous stars and influencers have spoken out after the incident.
One of the biggest YouTubers PewDiePie also known as Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg posted a video on Youtube on November 13 covering the topic.
PewDiePie first described the event and started to say how badly the situation was handled.
PewDiePie highlighted that during a scene when someone was carried out, While Scott was standing on the tall platform doing the robot and taking almost zero concern during the incident. At the same time, PewDiePie said that during the incident Scott probably did not know how serious the situation was.
He criticized Scott’s apology and read Scott’s body language, Scott was rubbing his face in the apology video and PewDiePie said:
“What is that? Is he doing this weird thing that kids do when they apologize? and they don’t know how to fake cry and rub their face“
“Travis takes zero responsibility in his apology”
At this point, we can tell how unhappy PewDiePie is at Travis Scott’s apology and he was really calling him out to take full responsibility, PewDiePie brought up the topic about how he was doing the robot on stage while people were dying below.
In Scott’s apology, he said he is working with everyone closely to get to the bottom of the incident while continuing to rub his face. He looks really stressed out during the apology video.
But PewDiePie pointed out that the main focus is not how it happened and why was there no action taken when the incident happened in Scott’s face.
Scott ended the video and said, “If you have any information, please contact the authorities”. PewDiePie rated zero for the apology and even gave a review and said the apology could have been done better.