One unexpected visitor who stood out more than the others during Future’s headlining performance at Rolling Loud Miami was Travis Scott.
Scott had numerous performances as part of Future’s set, starting with “Hold That Heat” and “Goosebumps,” all of which were made in Southside. Future asked Travis Scott to stay a little while longer, and as a result, the two ended up performing “March Madness.”
After 10 people died at Scott’s Astroworld Festival in November 2021, there were rumors that he would be banned from Rolling Loud. This led many to believe that Kanye West’s last-minute cancellation was due to Scott’s absence. Instead, Rolling Loud embraced Scott’s return while Future urged him to continue playing, much to the joy of the audience.
Travis Scott was even asked to replace another artist as the headlining act at one point, but the arrangements ultimately failed.
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Scott’s comeback was a highlight for Rolling Loud, but he is still dealing with a potential legal action related to what transpired at the 2019 Rolling Loud festival.
Marchelle Love, a concertgoer, alleges that Scott knew his 2019 set was out of control but did nothing to prevent a stampede. Love claims that Scott disregarded many warnings from the local police and venue security regarding boisterous concertgoers. These claims are supported by documentation obtained by TMZ. During the stampede, Love’s leg was shattered, and people in the crowd were being crushed and passing out.
For its 2022 edition, Rolling Loud Miami has had a dramatic first two days. Ye, who cancelled his Friday headline show, ended up joining Lil Durk to sing “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1.” Ye’s replacement as the main act, Kid Cudi, a former bandmate of Kids See Ghost, had to interrupt his performance after four songs after a fan punched him in the face with a water bottle.