Travis Scott being sued by a fan over ‘La Flame’ cover art

The legal woes for Housten rapper Travis Scott continue. According to TMZ, a Travis Scott fam from France sent him an image in 205 which was subsequently used for a compilation album called La Flame of his early work. Apparently, Mickaël Mehala aka Black Childish, who is a fan, sent him the fan art on IG. When he saw the artwork circulating on YouTube and streaming platforms he reached out to no avail. He registered a copyright in 2019 and was shut down once he finally got through to Scott’s team.

Scott’s attorney stated, “This is clearly a frivolous and baseless filing.  Anyone with access to the internet can tell you that Travis never released an album named “La Flame.”  The illustration in question was fan-made, and was uploaded to streaming services by those fans, something that any user has the option of doing.”

Travis Scott has been battling multiple lawsuits related to the tragic events at his Astroworld Fest last year. 10 people died and hundreds were injured and Trav has been accused of not stopping the show during the chaos. He is expecting his second child with Kylie Jenner.