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Travis Scott Was Spotted Golfing With Michael Jordan And Mark Wahlberg For The First Time Since Astroworld Fest

Travis Scott Was Spotted Golfing With Michael Jordan And Mark Wahlberg For The First Time Since Astroworld Fest

After several weeks without making a public appearance, rapper Travis Scott was recently spotted alongside a group of celebrities. The Houston native artist has been under fire for the past several weeks after his Astroworld Festival got out of control, with a stampede leaving 10 people dead and hundreds injured. 

The 30-year-old is now facing legal troubles after the concert and doesn't look in the best spirits after the tragedy. TMZ recently spotted the honored rapper in Southern California, celebrating the holidays with high-profile celebrities. 

Travis Scott is finally venturing out of his Houston home after the Astroworld tragedy ... flying to SoCal to golf with some A-list friends and spend the holiday weekend with family.

Travis hit the links this week with Michael Jordan, Mark Wahlberg, Kris Jenner's BF, Corey Gamble and actor Said Taghmaoui.

Witnesses spotted the famous group Tuesday on the course attached to the gated Palm Springs-area community where Kris has a home.

Travis, born Jacques Bermon Webster II, was golfing with Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan, and other stars, including actor Mark Wahlberg. Before this, he was staying in Houston, trying to recover from the disaster that happened during the second day of the 2021 Astroworld Festival. 

Perhaps talking to MJ, a friend of his and the man who collaborated with him to release his signature shoes, can help the artist during these hard times. Scott is also an avid NBA fan, a true Houston Rockets supporter, and one of the most influential rappers in the association. 

Right now the situation doesn't look good for him. After that unfortunate Nov. 5, Travis has been hit with multiple lawsuits, including one for $750 million and another for $2 billion.

Hopefully, MJ was easy on him. Life has taken a wrong turn for Webster and he needs all the support he can get during these hard moments. Our thoughts and prayers go to all victims' families.