Travis Scott addresses claims he cheated on Kylie Jenner
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Travis Scott has denied that he has cheated on Kylie Jenner, referring to rumours created by his alleged ex-girlfriend Rojean Kar as ‘fictionalised storytelling’.
In fact, he claims that he doesn't even know Kar, despite what she says.
Scott – who last week settled some lawsuits relating to the tragedy that took place at his 2021 Astroworld concert in Houston – denied the claims and wrote an excoriating message on his own Instagram Story.
Scott said: “It’s a lot of weird s**t going on.
“An uninvited person was sneaking photos on, what was supposed to be, a closed set while I was directing a video.
“I’m saying this for the last time. I don’t know this person. I’ve never been with this person.
“So please stop with the continuous cyber games and the fictional storytelling.”
Still, Kar accuses Scott of being unfaithful to Jenner, the mother of his children Stormi, who is four, and a boy who is eight-months-old.
In another video shared to her Instagram account, Kar said: “Saying you don’t know me and you’ve never once been with me when you’ve definitely been with me, when f*****g everybody’s seen you with me, when I have pictures and videos of you with me, come on.”
It’s a fairly turbulent time in general for Scott at the minute, with the aftermath of the incident at Astroworld – a concert accident after which 10 people died – continuing on.
The victims were killed during a surge in the crowd, hundreds of other concert attendees were also injured in the crush.
Scott has since been named as a defendant in various lawsuits from the families of those that died.
In a press release, an attorney for the family of Axel Acosta, one of those that died, said that a ‘confidential’ settlement had been reached between the family and those named in the documents for the lawsuit.
Tony Buzbee said: “Travis Scott, Live Nation, and others involved in the Astroworld tragedy have settled.”
Whilst this is the first public announcement of a settlement relating to Astroworld, it is believed that other lawsuits could have been settled outside of court by Scott and the fellow organisers of the event."
The FBI has been drafted in to help get to the bottom of what caused the fatal incident, with a specific website established for those involved to ‘submit any videos, photos, or audio recordings that may assist the investigation into the injuries and deaths of individuals who attended the Astroworld Festival at NRG Park’.
In the days after the tragic events at NRG Park, Scott 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.”
He added: “I am committed to working together with the Houston community to heal and support the families in need.”