Travis Scott is apparently still depressed after his emotional loss at the 61st annual Grammy Awards broadcast on Sunday in Los Angeles. The rapper was scheduled to perform during his "Astroworld" tour stop in Oklahoma on Monday night. Angry ticket holders rioted after the promoter announced the concert was postponed.
According to sources familiar with the situation, Travis was promised a Grammy if he performed at the awards show on Sunday. He was so devastated when he lost to rapper Cardi B, that he couldn't bring himself to perform in concert on Monday.
Grammy cameras caught Travis backstage in anticipation of the announcement that he'd won a Grammy. He stepped forward as if to walk onstage to accept his Grammy, just as the announcer called Cardi B's name. The disappointment was etched on his face as he turned to his baby mama, Kylie Jenner, who was also prepared to walk out onstage with him of he won the coveted award.
According to CBS News, the rapper's Tulsa, OK concert was postponed due to "technical difficulties". But angry fans showed up at the BOK Center and police were forced to use pepper spray to disburse the crowd.
Fans recorded the riot on their cell phones and uploaded the video footage to social media Monday night. The footage shows upset fans rushing the doors of the BOK Center as security guards block them from entering the arena.
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The Astroworld Tour has been plagued by hours-long production delays and concert cancellations due to his elaborate rollercoaster stage.
After hearing of the riots, Travis tweeted he was "so sorry" he couldn't perform.
"We had last minute production issues and I an't give y'all an incomplete show," Travis tweeted. He said the show was rescheduled for March 26 and that all tickets would be honored for the makeup show.
"Rescheduled for March 26 all tix still valid. Everyone get home safe," he tweeted.
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