Travis Scott is clapping back at the security company who was supposed to maintain order and safety during one of his concerts that left a fan severely injured.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, Scott countersued The Bowery and Strike Force Protective Services, claiming their, recklessness and carelessness contributed to a fan allegedly ending up paralyzed from an NYC show in 2017.
Kyle Green, the fan still suffering from the incident, sued the “Sicko Mode” rapper claiming he encouraged the mayhem and chaos during his performance, which led to Green allegedly getting shoved over a balcony by out of control fans.
Green also alleged that he was improperly removed from the venue after the fall, and now needs a wheelchair for mobility.
Scott’s documents claim any injuries Green suffered were his own fault, and that he should have known the risks associated with attending a concert.
All in all, the “Astroworld” rapper wants the case dismissed, and made it clear that if any damages are to be awarded to the injured fan, then it’s going to be paid by the security company and the venue.