Inside Travis Scott's disturbing lyrics as it's revealed he rapped 'it ain't a mosh pit if ain't no injuries'

TRAVIS Scott's disturbing lyrics came back to haunt him as it's revealed he rapped, "it ain't a mosh pit if ain't no injuries."

Eight people were killed and dozens more were injured at the opening night of Scott's Astroworld Festival in Houston on Friday night.

The crowd is said to have surged towards the stage while Scott was performing.

A crowd of 50,000 showed up for the two-day event, which sold out within an hour of tickets going live in May this year.

Officials in Texas said the crowd began to "compress towards the front of the stage" at around 9.15pm, sparking panic.

The Houston crowds' actions came back to haunt Scott as he rapped, "it ain't a mosh pit if ain't no injuries" in his 2018 song STARGAZING.

STARGAZING is a song describing the experience of an unpredictable psychedelic trip.

The SICKO MODE rapper flow on the track switches between auto-tuned and his regular voice.

Scott raps: "Got new money, got new problems, got new enemies

"When you make it to the top, that's the amenities

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"Packin' out Toyota like I'm in the league

"And it ain't a mosh pit if ain't no injuries

"I got 'em stage divin' out of nosebleeds (Alright, alright, alright)

"And she hit that booger sugar 'til her most bleed (Alright, alright, alright)."


Those who tragically lost their lives at the event include John Hilgert, 14; Franco Patino, Jake Jurinek, 20, Danish Baig, 27, Brianna Rodriguez, 16, Axel Acosta, 21, Rudy Peña, 23 and Madison Dubiski, 23.

Since then, the family of Rodriguez has opened up about how they have been "destroyed" by her death and revealed a heartbreaking final text message.

Rodriguez was found unresponsive after losing her friends in the crowd stampede at the Friday evening event.

Her aunt Iris, 38, has revealed the heartbreaking final moments of her niece's life and slammed Scott's team, saying they should have canceled the gig earlier in the day – after scores of people jumped over barriers.

She said Rodriguez's mom Ester and dad Osvaldo are "devastated" by the tragedy and cannot believe they have lost their "princess."

Rodriguez, who attended Heights High School and loved to dance, also leaves behind two siblings – Xzavier, 10, and Gisselle, 13.

Speaking exclusively to The US Sun, Iris said: "We don't know exactly what happened, what caused her death. We are waiting for the autopsy results.

"My sister-in-law had received a phone call that she was being taken to the hospital because she was not breathing. She called me at around 10.03pm on Friday. I was the first person she called.

"She said Brianna had gained her wings, I just remember screaming and I blacked out. I then came around but thought, 'No, she’s lying.' I called her back, but she didn't answer. And I knew she was gone.

"They went to see her in the hospital. They are heartbroken. She was their first child, their eldest, but still their little girl.

"We were told that once she was in the ambulance, she didn't have any pulse. But they tried to bring her back and in the hospital. They tried to do everything they could."

Iris added: "I saw the news around 5pm where all the people were trying to get in, trampling each other. I texted my sister-in-law, saying, 'Please tell Brianna to be careful.'

"She said, 'She's fine, she's been texting me, we're having a blast or whatever.' So what happened?"

The 16-year-oldhad gone to the concert with a group of friends who claimed "people were shoving each other," according to Iris, and "somehow they lost her, and by the time they got to her, she was already unresponsive. People were trying to give her CPR, but it was too late."


Scott has since broken his silence to pay tribute to the eight fans killed at his concert on Friday night as he defended continuing to perform as the horror unfolded, saying he “could never image the severity of the situation.”

In videos posted to Instagram on Saturday, Scott was overcome with emotion as he gave a statement about his actions during the tragic first night of the Astroworld Festival.

"My fans really mean the world to me, and I always wanna leave them with a positive experience, and anytime I can make out anything that’s going on, I stop the show and help them get the help they need, you know?" he said.

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