Travis Scott’s attorney is speaking out about the rapper’s current mind state.
In an interview with TMZ, Ed McPherson says Scott is currently held up in his Houston home and still grieving what happened last weekend.
"This would be devastating to happen anywhere, but the fact that it did happen to Houston, which he loves and he has so many people there that he's close to, it's particularly devastating," he said.
McPherson adds that Travis is trying to get in touch with the families of those who died or were injured in the crowd rush that killed nine and injured dozens of others.
"He's been at his house locked away since this happened and not coming out at all," he said. "He just, he's trying to get in touch with the families through the email address that he set up. But he realizes this isn't about him, so he says, you know, please, families, if you wanna contact me, please do it through my email. Get to my team and my team will get back to you. But he wants to do it on their terms. This isn't about Travis at this point. This is about the families. This is about healing."
As far as Travis Scott’s return to the stage, McPherson says no decisions have been made.
"You know what, I don't think Travis is thinking about anything about performing at this point. So, I don't think any decisions have been made. That's the last thing on his mind right now," he said.
"My understanding is that he didn't know and I'm not sure who told him to wrap it early," McPherson added. "But that is my understanding, yes. That he did not understand the full scope of it until much, much later.”
Investigators are still trying to determine exactly what happened, but the incident occurred when “the crowd surged towards the stage, crushing those at the front who were unable to escape,” local fire chief Sam Peña told CNN.
The incident broke out just after 9 p.m. CST. An estimated 50,000 people attended the sold-out event at NRG Park.
Video recordings of the event shows Travis on-stage looking confused as an ambulance with flashing lights moves into the densely packed crowd.
Concert-goers reportedly rushed the stage in an effort to escape the chaos, causing panic, while the situation worsened when security personnel were overwhelmed, police say.
Watch TMZ’s interview with Ed McPherson below.