Travis Scott loses more major endorsement deals and concert bookings

Nike, Epic Games and Mega64 are just a few companies that the Rodeo rapper had partnerships with that have severed ties or paused their business with him until the situations surrounding the tragic concert are resolved.

California news station KESQ also reported that Scott, who was scheduled to be the headliner, has been dropped from the Coachella 2022 performance roster which will be held next April. The alleged decision is said to be confirmed by Goldenvoice, the organizers of Coachella, although they haven’t released an official statement yet.


Variety also spoke to several sources who stated that the festival informed Scott’s longtime agent, Cara Lewis of the Cara Lewis Group, of its plans to remove Scott. They also stated the festival would pay a kill fee for the cancelation, which is typically 25%.

Another source also told Variety that the Cara Lewis Group was trying to keep Scott on the bill, which would have been his first performance since the Astroworld tragedy. They were willing to forgo the performance fee all together as well.


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