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Kanye West threatens to pull out of Coachella over Billie Eilish remarks on concert safety

Rapper Kanye West speaks during a meeting in the Oval Office of the White House with President Donald Trump, in Washington.
Rapper Kanye West speaks during a meeting in the Oval Office of the White House with President Donald Trump, in Washington.

Kanye West threatened to pull out of Coachella if Billie Eilish didn't apologize to Travis Scott.

The "strong" rapper and "bad guy" singer are both scheduled to make the headlines of the annual California music spree in April, but the 44-year-old star was unimpressed after Billie openly slapped a friend. concerts earlier this week.

Kanye raged on Instagram: "COME BILLIE WE LOVE YOU PLEASE SORRY TRAV AND THE FAMILIES OF THE PEOPLE WHO LOSE LIVES.

“NO ONE WANTED THIS TO HAPPEN, TRAV HAD NO IDEA OF WHAT HAPPENED WHEN HE WAS ON THE STAGE AND HE WAS MORE INJURED BY WHAT HAPPENED AND YES TRAV WILL BE WITH ME AT COACHELLA BUT BEFORE PERFORMING NOW BEFORE YOU PERFORM. (sic)"

But Billie insisted she had nothing to apologize for.

She commented: "Literally didn't say anything about travis. I was just helping a fan.(sic)"

The "Ocean Eyes" singer stopped her show on Saturday at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia, when she noticed an audience struggling to breathe and called on her team to get an inhaler for the female fan.

After the audience was assisted and Billie resumed the show, she said, "I expect people to be okay until they continue."

These words were seen as a dissent in Travis, who continued to perform at the Astroworld festival in November as he was crushed in a crowded crowd where hundreds were injured and 10 died.

Travis fell off the headlines at Coachella after the tragedy.

After the tragedy, several victims' families took legal action against Travis, as well as Live Nation, the company that organized the event.

Shortly after the event, 282 victims of the concert filed a $2 billion lawsuit against Scott, Drake, Live Nation, Apple Music, and NRG Stadium, where the event was held, claiming they "cut corners and costs and put attendees at risk." .

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Another 125 victims, including the family of 21-year-old Axel Acosta Avila, who died at the concert, filed a $750 million lawsuit for loss of mental and physical health and human life.

Also, two concert security guards - Jackson Bush and his uncle Samuel Bush - filed a lawsuit seeking $1 million after the event's organizers claimed that "greed" was putting "greed" ahead of security.

And the family of 14-year-old John Hilgert, the second youngest victim of the tragedy, also filed their own lawsuits for $1 million, citing "grave negligence" and "grave negligence" against Travis, organizer Live Nation, and several others who attended the concert. reckless disregard for the safety of the people”.

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