Travis Scott ‘slaps sound engineer in the face, causing $12,000 in damage’ at NYC nightclub show
- Travis Scott performed last night at Nebula with Don Toliver to a packed audience
- He allegedly assaulted a sound engineer there and caused $12,000 in damage
- Scott continues to face multiple lawsuits over his deadly Astroworld concert
Rapper Travis Scott is wanted by the NYPD after causing $12,000 in damage and assaulting a sound engineer at a Times Square nightclub last night.
Scott performed with Don Toliver, who has a weekly spot at Club Nebula, in the early morning hours. Videos show the pair performing in front of a packed audience.
The New York Post cites police sources as saying he punched a sound engineer in the face, damaged a video screen and speaker.
Scott performed with Don Toliver, who has a weekly spot at Club Nebula, in the early morning hours. Videos show the pair performing in front of a packed audience
The NYPD has not provided additional details. Nebula has yet to respond to questions.
Scott is still facing multiple lawsuits over the deaths of 10 people at his Astroworld concert in 2021.
Hundreds more were injured at the event, where the rapper was accused of driving the public into a frenzy.
The crowd at Nebula last night, a popular music hotspot in Times Square