Wolf Webster was so last year.
05.03.2023 - 14:53 / nme.com
Travis Scott’s headline performance at Rolling Loud California was reportedly cut short last night (March 4) with fans taking to social media to complain.Rolling Loud is taking place at California’s Hollywood Park this weekend, with Playboi Carti and Future topping the bill alongside Travis Scott.According to attendees though, Scott’s set was cut short. In fan-shot footage, Scott can be seen performing ‘Sicko Mode’ before the audio cuts out halfway through the track.
Video screens then displayed a message encouraging people to get home safely.However, Scott could still be seen on stage trying to perform, while his fire-heavy production was still live. In an official livestream, Scott can be heard saying “thank you very much, I love y’all.
Wolf Webster was so last year.
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are taking legal action to make their son’s name change official.
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott have filed a legal name change request for their son. According to court documents obtained by TMZ, the reality star and Sicko Mode rapper have now requested for their son's name to be legally changed. In March 2022, Kylie shared with fans on Instagram that the pair would no longer be calling their infant son Wolf, the name she originally announced after his birth that February.
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott have allegedly taken steps to legally change their son's name from Wolf to Aire, after sharing his new moniker with fans in January. Mum-of-two Kylie, 25, and rapper Travis, 30, have filed new legal documents, according to TMZ, asking to officially change their one year old son's name from Wolf Jacques Webster to Aire Webster. The documents state that the couple, who are also parents to five year old daughter Stormi, "regret" choosing Wolf as the tot's original name and believe Aire is a "better fit".
A brand new moniker! Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott have begun the process to legally rename their son, Us Weekly can confirm.
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are taking the steps to legally change their son’s name from Wolf to Aire.
Shirley Halperin Executive Editor, Music Larry Jackson marked the launch of his new media company Gamma with a starry kick-off party on Thursday night (March 9). Held at the brand-new Bird Streets Club in West Hollywood, the exclusive dinner was attended by Naomi Campbell, Travis Scott, Metallica’s Lars Ulrich, Russell Wilson and Ciara, Danny DeVito, Jimmy Jam, Saweetie, Mr. Brainwash, L.A. Reid, XO Records’ Amir “Cash” Esmailian, Apple Music’s Zane Lowe and actress Stephanie Shepherd, among others. Also represented were Gamma executives Ike Youssef, cofounder and president, and Breyon Prescott, EVP of content and music. Announced on March 8, Gamma is a multi-platform, multi-faceted business that will see Jackson acquiring or joining forces with major artists and brands, with endeavors in music, films, merchandise, fashion, web3 and other areas. The company was cofounded with former Interscope CFO Youssef; backers include Todd Boehly’s Eldridge Industries, Apple and studio A24.
Yousef Srour Saturday, Day 2 of the star-studded Rolling Loud California festival, was built on anticipation and surprise. Whisperings about Travis Scott’s return to the U.S. festival circuit filled the Hollywood Park grounds as avid fans camped out to be as close as possible for his set — and any new music from his long-delayed album “Utopia” — while rumors were rife that across the fields, Lil Wayne would bring out Nicki Minaj — which he did, during a set filled with nearly 20 years of hits. While the festival was packed with A-list talent — Playboi Carti, Future, Lil Baby, Kodak Black, Tippie Redd, Lil Uzi Vert and dozens more — Scott’s set was guaranteed to the the most watched, not just due to his headliner status, but also because it marks his return a major U.S. festival stage for the first time since Astroworld, the Houston festival where, in November 2021, 10 people died and hundreds were injured in a crowd crush as Scott performed his headlining set.
Justin Bieber made a surprise appearance during Don Toliver’s set at Rolling Loud festival this weekend – check out footage belowRolling Loud California kicked off on Friday (March 3) with a headline performance from Playboi Carti while yesterday (March 4) saw Travis Scott’s headline gig cut short. Tonight, the festival at Hollywood Park will be closed by Future.Don Toliver also performed at the hip-hop festival yesterday and during his set, brought out Justin Bieber to perform ‘Private Landing’.
Ethan Shanfeld Childhood friends Matt Zingler and Tariq Cherif passed the time in South Florida by throwing parties. Soon, those parties turned into scrappy live music events, which then became well-oiled monthly showcases featuring now A-list artists like Kendrick Lamar. In 2015, the duo organized the inaugural Rolling Loud festival, which filled a vacuum left by floundering rap fest Rock the Bells and, in just eight years, has become the world’s biggest live hip-hop event. This year, Rolling Loud is making big moves — and taking a big bet. The fast-growing rap brand is not only expanding its global reach, with new events in Germany and Southeast Asia, it’s also putting its money behind Travis Scott, who will headline all the 2023 dates that have been announced thus far, including Munich, Rotterdam, Portugal, Thailand — and Los Angeles, taking place this weekend (March 3-5) at the brand new Hollywood Park festival grounds (the L.A. show has not yet sold out but is expected to).
The New York Police Department are investigating an incident earlier this week in which it is alleged that Travis Scott punched a man in the face and caused thousands of dollars worth of damage to equipment at a nightclub in the city. Rolling Stone and NBC News report. The alleged incident took place at Manhattan's Nebula on Tuesday night (February 28), where Don Toliver was hosting an after-party following a performance to promote new album Love Sick at Irving Plaza.
Travis Scott is reportedly being sought by police for questioning about an alleged altercation that took place at a New York nightclub early Wednesday (March 1).The New York City Police Department responded to the scene at Club Nebula around 3:25am EST, after reports that a man “was involved in a verbal dispute with” Scott, according to NBC News.The rapper – real name Jacques Bermon Webster II – allegedly escalated the situation with a sound engineer “into a physical altercation”, and “punched the victim with a closed fist on the left side of the face”.Scott was also accused of causing about $12,000 (£9,853) worth of damage to a speaker and video screen.The rapper had performed a DJ set at a concert afterparty for labelmate Don Toliver.In a statement to Entertainment Tonight from Scott’s lawyer, Mitchell Schuster, he described the situation as a “misunderstanding being blown out of proportion by clickbait and misinformation,”adding “we are actively working with the venue and law enforcement to resolve and set the record straight. We are confident our client will be cleared of any wrongdoing”.Ritchie Romero, managing partner of Club Nebula, said in a statement: “This is blown completely out of proportion.
Travis Scott is being accused of causing $12,000 worth of damage at Manhattan, New York City nightclub Nebula early Wednesday morning.
Travis Scott has been accused of causing over $12,000 in damages at a nightclub.
Travis Scott's name is in the headlines this week over an alleged nightclub dispute that purportedly turned physical. The rapper's attorney, however, claims it's «clearly a misunderstanding being blown out of proportion.»A spokesperson for the NYPD tells ET that on Wednesday at around 3:25 a.m., police responded to a call regarding an assault and criminal mischief complaint. Cops say that, upon arrival, a 52-year-old man reported to police that a 31-year-old man -- police did not name Scott -- at the club «became engaged in a verbal dispute with the victim, which escalated into a physical altercation where the individual punched the victim in the face.»It was further alleged that the 31-year-old «then damaged an audio speaker and video screen, causing approximately $12,000 of equipment [damage] at the club,» according to the spokesperson.
The New York Police Department wants to question rapper Travis Scott about an alleged assault on a man at a Manhattan nightclub, Fox News Digital has learned. "As of right now there is no one being sought in regard to the incident," the NYPD revealed. "However, the investigation is ongoing." Scott allegedly got into a physical altercation with a sound engineer at the nightclub amid a heated argument, according to multiple reports.
Thania Garcia Travis Scott has been accused of assaulting a 52-year-old male at a New York nightclub where Don Toliver held an after-party following his concert at Irving Plaza. Officers from the New York City Police Department confirmed to Variety that the assault occurred at Club Nebula in Midtown Manhattan around 2 a.m. “A 52-year-old male and the 31-year-old male got into a verbal dispute which escalated into a physical altercation,” a representative said. “The victim was punched in the face and there was subsequent damage to an audio speaker [and] a video screen causing about $12,000 in damages. The investigation is ongoing.” No arrests have been made.
Sounds like Travis Scott has found himself in some legal trouble yet again.
Don Toliver has quickly followed the release of his latest album, Love Sick, with the deluxe edition. The updated version of the album includes four new tracks, including "Embarrassed" featuring Travis Scott.