Travis Scott reportedly attacked a man at a New York City nightclub and caused $12,000 worth of damage.
Rapper Travis Scott, 31, performed at the Nebula Club in Times Square on Tuesday night with Don Toliver. Police sources told Page Six that he allegedly punched a man in the face and caused $12,000 worth of damage to equipment.
It is noted that the rapper entered into a verbal skirmish with the sound engineer. The alleged victim had not complained of pain or any visible injury at the time the report was made by the police.
Scott also allegedly damaged the video screen and speaker before leaving the nightclub in an unknown car.
According to the publication, only a complaint was filed and Scott was not arrested in connection with the alleged incident.
Travis Scott in concert at the Nebula Club
In addition, before hitting the sound engineer and damaging the equipment, Travis Scott also came into conflict with the DJ.
“Go back to hell!” Scott shouted at him. After that, he pushed the DJ, who was trying to adjust the sound.
After an argument with the DJ, Scott approached the sound engineer and began “aggressively yelling in his face as to why he muted the sound”. He then punched the sound engineer right in the face.
“This caused a big commotion between Travis’ security and the club’s security team,” the source said. After that, Travis took the phone from a fan who was recording a nightly performance by another rapper, Don Toliver, and allegedly “thrown the phone on the floor.”
Previously, Focus wrote why Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott actually broke up.
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