Exorcist says Travis Scott’s Astroworld disaster was like ‘gates of hell’

The Travis Scott Astroworld tragedy has been compared to the “gates of hell” by an exorcist who claims he saw signs of a “satanic role”.

The tragedy in Houston, Texas saw ten people killed as a surge of approximately 50,000 surged forward to see the rapper.

Conspiracy theorists believe it was a “satanic blood sacrifice” with some citing what appears to be an inverted cross at the festival's entrance, which some suggest is a demonic symbol.

Father Michael Maginot, an exorcist, has spoken out over the “signs” he noticed which led him to believe a “satanic role” at the concert.

Speaking to Fox News' Primetime Monday, he said: “The entrance of the concert seemed to be the mouth of the singer and everyone had to kind of go in through that.

"And certainly for a demon, the mouth is the prime part of one's body that it would like to take over because it could communicate and talk."

The Catholic priest went on to say the stage at Astroworld was like the “gates of hell”.

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Father Maginot also raised questions about Travis Scott’s music, branding it “dark” and said that artists like him “have to do more outrageous things” to “get money and fame”.

Following the tragedy, Travis has announced he will be paying for the funeral costs of those who lost their lives at Astroworld, according to TMZ.

The 29-year-old rapper spoke about the event on his Instagram stories.

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Travis said: "I just want to send out prayers to the ones who were lost last night.

"We are working right now to identify their families so we can help assist them through this tough time.

"My fans really mean the world to me and I always wanna leave them with a positive experience and anytime I can make out anything that’s going on, I stop the show and help them get the help they need, you know?”

He added that he could “never imagine the severity of the situation.”

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