Travis Scott's Abs Pic Receives Bitter Responses Nearly a Year After Astroworld Festival Tragedy
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The 'Goosebumps' rapper still faces backlash after ten concertgoers died from 'compression asphyxia' as their lungs were crushed in the stampede at his disastrous November 2021 concert.

AceShowbiz - Travis Scott (II) tries to bless his social media followers with a sexy photo of him, but it doesn't work really well. The "Goosebumps" rapper received bitter responses after he shared a picture of his abs.

On Tuesday, September 27, the 31-year-old hip-hop star turned to Instagram Story to post a thirst trap. In the snapshot, Kylie Jenner's baby daddy could be seen going shirtless and putting his toned stomach on display as he posed for a mirror selfie.

Travis only wore black Calvin Klein underwear and black baggy pants. The "SICKO MODE" spitter also sported a black headgear. The rapper, who left the picture captionless, covered his face with his phone.

The said photo was re-posted by celebrity gossip account The Shade Room. "#TravisScott's trynna show y'all what he's working with. #Roomies what do y'all think ?" read the caption of the post.

In the comments section, many Instagram users left cringed over Travis' thirst trap. "Oh so this what Kylie see? I been wondering," one person wrote, while another said, "Nah lol Kylie can have it." A third echoed a similar sentiment, "Show us what exactly? Girl, Kylie, you can keep him."

Others, in the meantime, still cannot forgive Travis for his deadly Astroworld Festival. "Stopped to take a pic but can't stop a concert," one Instagram user quipped. Another noted, "still remember the concert."

"Sorry ; I still remember the concert . . It's a hard no . . Rest in peace to those loved ones though," someone else commented. A different social media user chimed in, "I'm straight on him after that concert were many died," with another urging the "Highest in the Room" rapper to "pay for the funerals."

There were 10 concertgoers lost their lives after a crowd surge at the music event on November 5, 2021. According to the Medical Examiner's Office, the victims died from "compression asphyxia" as their lungs were crushed in the stampede at the disastrous concert.

Travis, who offered to cover funerals but got rejected by the victims' families, insisted that he was unaware of the "severity of the situation" at the tragic festival. "My fans really mean the world to me. I always just want to leave them with a positive experience. I could just never understand the severity of the situation," he said in an Instagram video. He later stressed, "Anytime I could make out, you know, anything that's going on, you know I stop the show and, you know, help them get the help they need."

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