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Conspiracy Theorists Convinced Travis Scott Held ‘Satanic Ritual’ At Astroworld Festival

Conspiracy theorists are reportedly convinced that Travis Scott held a 'satanic ritual' at the Astroworld Festival, where eight people died. 
Credit: @travisscott/Instagram & @andrea_gdiaz/TikTok

Conspiracy theorists are reportedly convinced that Travis Scott held a ‘satanic ritual’ at the Astroworld Festival, where eight people died. 

Following the tragedy, which could see the rapper sued, people have taken to social media and claimed that the Houston concert was a ‘worshipping’ event.

Sharing clips of the event on TikTok, one user insisted: “It was a ritual. He did it on purpose.

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“‘You know what you came here to do’. And bodies start dropping? And he plays ‘Soul Snatcher’ as people start dying.”

A second referenced Scott’s album ‘Dystopia,’ commenting: “‘Dystopia,’ 8 letters, 8 deaths, 8 flames. It was a ritual for sure.”

“The devil was watching and he made sure they knew it,” a third remarked.

Other people took to the comments and pointed out how the stage was designed like an inverted cross, which they suggested ‘led to Hell’.

However, many people have insisted that there was nothing ‘ritualistic’ about the concert and that people are ‘reaching’.

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Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott.
Kylie Jenner also attended Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival. Credit: @kyliejenner/Instagram

Following the heartbreaking news of the tragedy, Scott took to social media and claimed he feels ‘absolutely devastated’.

He said: “I’m absolutely devastated by what took place last night. My prayers go out to the families and all those impacted by what happened at Astroworld Festival.

“Houston PD has my total support as they continue to look into the tragic loss of life.

“I am committed to working together with the Houston community to heal and support the families in need.

“Thank you to Houston PD Fire Department and NRG for their immediate response and support.

“Love you all.”

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