Travis Scott Wasn’t Banned From Playing In Rolling Loud Venue The co-founder of the Rolling Loud Festival is walking back statements about Travis Scott not being able to perform at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami due to the Astroworld tragedy. Rolling Loud co-founder Tariq Cherif commented, “Venue won’t allow Travis because of Astroworld deaths,” after fans were upset over Kanye bailing as the headliner at the last minute and their dissatisfaction over Kid Cudi being named as his replacement. Cherif quickly erased the statement, telling TMZ that the statement wasn’t true. He says they tried to get Scott to take Kanye’s place but couldn’t organize his show in time for the festival. Rolling Loud Miami is a three-day festival starting Friday, July 22nd. Do you think it is assumed that Travis Scott is a liability? In what way do you think Scott will be able to resume his career?
Travis Scott performs during the tribute event Mac Miller: A Celebration of Life on Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2018, at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles. (Photo by Amy Harris/Invision/AP)