03 Mar, 2023
By FactsWow Team
During a performance with Don Toliver, who plays weekly at Club Nebula, the 'Sicko Mode' rapper is believed to go 'postal' and landed the blow after apparently getting into a row with the 52-year-old engineer who didn't need medical attention.
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At the time of the report, the victim had no visible injuries or complaints of pain. There was an assault reported at a nightclub, and police responded.
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Likewise, Travis is alleged to have damaged a speaker and a video screen before leaving the club, according to reports. Travis has not committed the alleged offence.
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Within ten minutes of Travis's arrival, an insider said, the alleged 'fast and furious' incident began. Travis was allegedly upset over the quality of the sound in the club.
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Travis allegedly walked over to the soundman, screamed aggressively at him for lowering the volume, and smacked him across the face, according to a third source.
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Travis' security and club security got into an argument over the incident, and Travis threw a phone at a fan who was recording Toliver's performance.
Media Credits: GQ
NYPD officers who arrived at the scene at 3.25 a.m. reported a verbal dispute that resulted in $12,000 in equipment damage.
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Travis punched the alleged victim with a closed fist on the left side of the face. A warrant hasn't been issued, and the suspect isn't being sought. However, this could change.
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As a result of an incident at an Arkansas concert the year before, Travis pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct in February 2018. Travis has two kids with Kylie Jenner, 25, including five-year-old Stormi and 12-month-old Aire.
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His gig at the Astroworld Festival in Houston in 2021 caused a stampede that killed ten people. The rapper has been charged with inciting a riot, to which he has pleaded not guilty.
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Four hundred lawsuits have been filed against Travis, Live Nation and others connected with the event. Nearly 2,800 victims were represented in one civil suit.
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A coroner confirmed that all victims were killed by compression asphyxia, despite Travis and Live Nation denying wrongdoing.
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