There’s more fallout for

There’s more fallout for in the wake of the deadly crowd surge at his Festival in Houston in November that resulted in 10 people being killed and hundreds more injured.

The rapper was dropped from the lineup for the upcoming 2022 Valley Music And Arts Festival, where he was slated to be among the headliners, according to VarietyCriticized by some Astroworld attendees for not stopping his headlining concert sooner, news of his removal from the Coachella Festival comes on the heels of a Change.org petition that’s lobbying for Scott’s removal from all Goldenvoice performances.

Pulled: Travis Scott, 30, has been dropped from the upcoming lineup for the upcoming 2022 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival

Pulled: Travis Scott, 30, has been dropped from the upcoming lineup for the upcoming 2022 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival

Headline slot: Scott had been tapped to among the headlining artists for the upcoming Coachella Festival, which has been canceled since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Headline slot: Scott had been tapped to among the headlining artists for the upcoming Coachella Festival, which has been canceled since 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic

At last check on Friday night, the petition has already gathered nearly 60,000 signatures. 

The news that Scott will no longer be a part of the Coachella 2022 line up was first reported by

The online petition called on Coachella organizers Goldenvoice and Paul Tollett to remove the rapper from music festivals after his concert in Houston.

So far, representatives for Scott, the Coachella festival and the city of Indio, California, where the event is held, have not confirmed the KESQ report.

First launched in 1999, Coachella is now considered the largest music festival in North America, with a capacity of 125,000.In comparison, Scott’s Astroworld Festival had about 50,000 fans the night of the tragedy. 

Gaining steam: The news of Scott's removal from the Coachella Festival comes on the heels of a Change.org petition that's lobbying for the rapper's removal from all Goldenvoice performances

Gaining steam: The news of Scott’s removal from the Coachella Festival comes on the heels of a Change.org petition that’s lobbying for the rapper’s removal from all Goldenvoice performances

Grand affair: The annual Coachella Festival in Indio, California can hold up to 125,000 fans

Grand affair: The annual Coachella Festival in Indio, California can hold up to 125,000 fans

Scott, https://agen668.learnyst.com along with Rage Against the Machine and Frank Ocean were first announced as a Coachella headliners in January of 2020, but the festival has been postponed multiple times due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Ocean has since decided to push back his performance to 2023, but RATM and Scott had still been penned in to be headliners until this recent development.

With Scott’s slot at Coachella now open, festival organizers will have to fill two headlining sets for 2022, which is already sold out.Typically organizers like to announce lineups during the first days of the new year, so it’s likely that will be the case again.       

In a likely sign of more fallout, Scott‘s vanity hard seltzer brand, Cacti, will be pulled from shelves after Anheuser-Busch said it will no longer sell the product in the wake of the Astroworld scandal.

On hold: Travis Scott, seen here at the fatal Astroworld Festival disaster, will no longer be selling his hard seltzer line

On hold: Travis Scott, seen here at the fatal Astroworld Festival disaster, will no longer be selling his hard seltzer line

Fallout: The Cacti brand Agave Spiked Seltzer is being discontinued by Anheuser-Busch, though Scott said he requested they stop selling it

Fallout: The Cacti brand Agave Spiked Seltzer is being discontinued by Anheuser-Busch, though Scott said he requested they stop selling it

‘After careful evaluation, we have decided to stop all production and brand development of CACTI Agave Spiked Seltzer,’ Anheuser-Busch said in a statement, explaining, ‘We believe brand fans will understand and respect this decision.’

But a spokesperson for Scott refuted the statement and countered by stating that the cancelling of the alcohol-infused drink was the rapper’s idea so that he can focus on more important matters following the deaths and injuries related to the stampede at his Astroworld concert in Houston on November 5.

‘Travis was clear in his interview that he is not focused on business right now and his priority is helping his community and fans heal.CACTI asked AB InBev to inform their wholesalers there will not be product at this time,’ his spokesperson told Scott has expressed remorse over tragedy, which he reiterated again when he sat down for an interview with Charlamagne Tha God on Thursday.

He maintained that he was not aware that serious injuries had occurred during his set on the first night of the festival until after his performance.  

He's talking: The rapper Scott reiterated his remorse over the Astroworld stampede when he sat down for an interview with Charlamagne Tha God on Thursday

He’s talking: The rapper Scott reiterated his remorse over the Astroworld stampede when he sat down for an interview with Charlamagne Tha God on Thursday

In the dark: The Houston native maintained that he was not aware that serious injuries had occurred until after his performance on the first night of his festival

In the dark: The Houston native maintained that he was not aware that serious injuries had occurred until after his performance on the first night of his festival

His take: 'Things happen, you know, and it's just been such a time, and I'm just trying to just really figure things out,' Scott said when asked why he was speaking out after more than a month

His take: ‘Things happen, you know, and it’s just been such a time, and I’m just trying to just really figure things out,’ Scott said when asked why he was speaking out after more than a month

During the conversation, Scott blamed his ‘in-ear’ person for not urging him to stop the show sooner, and claimed that he wasn’t aware of the fatal stampede and crowd crush until after his performance.

The Houston, Texas native maintained he’s ‘1000 percent’ certain he did everything he could have to prevent the tragedy, and claims he didn’t hear the screams and cries for help as the crowd went out of control. 

‘Things happen, you know, and it’s just been such a time, and I’m just trying to just really figure things out,’ he said when asked why he was breaking his silence.

In a fiery statement to DailyMail.com, the family of one of the victims killed at AstroWorld responded to the interview saying: ‘Every time Travis Scott opens his mouth in an effort to avoid responsibility and accountability, he further exacerbates the pain of those that lost loved ones.’

‘Because he won’t voluntarily do so, we intend to force Travis Scott to accept responsibility for his conduct, in court, in front of a jury,’ added the statement from the family of 21-year-old Axel Acosta, who died in the stampede.

Scott struggled to contain his emotions at times as he spoke about the families that lost loved ones on that fateful day.

In hiding: The rapper's pregnant on/off girlfriend Kylie Jenner is yet to make an official public appearance since the tragedy

Pulled: The power couple were supposed to appear on this mother's cover of W Magazine, which was frantically pulled by the publisher after the tragedy

Out of sight: The rapper’s pregnant on/off girlfriend Kylie Jenner is yet to make an official public appearance since the tragedy 

‘They lost their loved ones, I just always wanna be there for them, I’m gonna fix this problem and make sure this doesn’t happen in the future and be the number one voice for this. We gotta figure it out,’ he said.

Scott said that he had been ‘in a room’ processing the tragedy, but Charlemagne pressed him on photos that emerged last month showing him carousing on a golf course with Michael Jordan and actor Mark Wahlberg.

‘It was just Thanksgiving, you know, and they were there,’ the rapper explained. ‘That was more just like a personal time.’

Not to blame: Scott is refusing to take responsibility for the deadly stampede during his set

Not to blame: Scott is refusing to take responsibility for the deadly stampede during his set

Deadly tragedy: 10 people were killed and hundreds more were injured during day one of Scott's Astroworld Festival in Houston, Texas on November 5

Deadly tragedy: 10 people were killed and hundreds more were injured during day one of Scott’s Astroworld Festival in Houston, Texas on November 5

Charlemagne also asked Scott whether his encouragement of ‘raging’ was to blame, referring to the concert culture similar to mosh pits.

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