Astroworld Tragedy: Nike Postpones Air Max 1 Collaboration with Travis Scott’s

Written by on November 16, 2021

Nike has delayed the rollout of their Cactus Jack Air Max 1 tennis shoe cooperation with Travis Scott following the group flood misfortune at the rapper’s Astroworld celebration that has left 10 dead.

As shared by Rolling Stone, agents for Nike let fans know of the cooperation’s postponement on their SNKRS application recently, saying it was “keeping in mind everybody affected by the disastrous occasions at the Astroworld Festival”.

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Astroworld Tragedy: Nike Postpones Air Max 1 Collaboration with Travis Scott’s

Astroworld Tragedy: Nike Postpones Air Max 1 Collaboration with Travis Scott’s

 

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The reach was at first expected to show up on December 16. Nike hasn’t clarified when the tennis shoes will presently be delivered.

Nike is only the furthest down the line brand to have made changes to items made in a joint effort with Travis Scott following the misfortune, with Fortnite eliminating their Travis Scott act out from the game not long after the celebration occurred.

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Recently, nine-year-old Ezra Blount passed on in the clinic in the wake of supporting wounds from being trapped in the group pulverize. Blount was taken to the clinic and set in a therapeutically initiated trance like state, following basic injury to major inside organs, including his heart, cerebrum, kidney and liver.

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The Blount family have documented a carelessness claim against Travis Scott and Live Nation Entertainment, asserting inappropriate group control and inability to give legitimate clinical consideration, which they say “added to Ezra’s demise”.

 

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Astroworld Tragedy: Nike Postpones Air Max 1 Collaboration with Travis Scott’s

Astroworld Tragedy: Nike Postpones Air Max 1 Collaboration with Travis Scott’s

 

The claim is one of more than one hundred distinct ones recorded against Scott, Live Nation and different gatherings required, with lawyer Ben Crump, who addresses some of those needing to sue, saying “No one ought to at any point bite the dust from going to a show.

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“So this claim isn’t just about getting equity for them, yet it’s tied in with ensuring that the advertisers and the coordinators realize that you can’t permit this to at any point occur later on.”

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Last week, Travis Scott’s group delivered an assertion requesting families from Astroworld’s casualties to reach out by means of email. Agents say Scott is “distressed by the circumstance and frantically wishes to share his sympathies and give help” to those impacted.

 

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