Was Travis Scott involved in a fight with Tyga and Alexander ‘AE’ Edwards at the 2024 Cannes Film Festival? Discover

Travis Scott was allegedly involved in a physical altercation with Tyga and his friend AE Edwards at acclaimed producer Richie Akiva’s party in Cannes on Thursday, May 23. Initial reports suggested that it was Scott and Tyga (both Kylie Jenner’s exes) at the center of the fight. , but footage that emerged from the night showed Scott and Edwards clashing, with some witnesses also claiming record producer Southside’s involvement in the fight.

None of the parties involved have commented on the matter yet.

Travis Scott and AE Edwards collide at a Cannes after-party: here’s how it all happened

TMZ, citing a source familiar with the situation, reports that the fight began after Travis and Tyga were on stage behind the DJ booth while Richie, the host, grabbed the microphone to greet T-Raww, AE and Travis. .

The source tells the aforementioned publication that Travis seemed upset about being paired with Tyga, possibly due to his shared history with Kylie Jenner. He then allegedly grabbed the microphone from Richie, prompting AE, who is in the same group as Tyga, to say something.


TMZ reports that Travis approached Tyga’s security with threats and left the stage, only to return to Southside moments later. That’s when things escalated between Tyga and AE (Camp 1) and Travis and Southside (Camp 2). Reports suggest that Southside shoved AE, but the latter instigated the physical altercation by throwing a few uppercuts before Travis pulled him off of Southside. Then AE and Travis started fighting.

Despite the chaos, fortunately no serious injuries were reported in the event.

Variety even reports that Tyga, AE and their crew stayed at the party until early morning, as if nothing had happened.

Travis Scott has a story

Just over a year ago, Travis was accused of assaulting a 52-year-old man at a New York nightclub where rapper Don Toliver was hosting an after-party.

“The victim was punched in the face and there was subsequent damage to an audio speaker (and) a video screen, causing approximately $12,000 in damage,” New York police officers said at the time. York. No arrests were made.

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