Travis Scott Files Lawsuit to Combat Bootleggers

Traviss Scott wants his fans to have genuine, bona fide merchandise at his Astroworld shows

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Travis Scott and his company have taken legal measures and gained a lawsuit against bootleggers trying to sell fake merchandise in or near the concert venues.

According to court documents obtained by TMZ, the company has obtained a restraining order against those selling fake tour gear (hats, shirts, fanny packs, etc.) outside of the rapper’s forthcoming shows on this month which include Denver, Oakland, Phoenix and L.A.

The documents indicate that the company asked for law enforcement to be granted the right to immediately stop any bootlegged Astroworld merch on the spot.

The 26-year-old Houston native isn’t the first to initiate a crackdown on unapproved peddling, Beyonce and Jay-Z were granted a similar injunction last summer for a show on Boston.