Lifestyle Style Nike Delays Travis Scott Air Max 1 Launch in Wake of Astroworld Festival The Air Max 1 x Cactus Jack shoe was initially set to drop on December 16 By Katie Campione Katie Campione Digital News Writer, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on November 15, 2021 09:36 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Nike is pausing its collaboration with Travis Scott. The apparel company announced on Monday it would be delaying the release of the Air Max 1 x Cactus Jack shoe "out of respect for everyone impacted by the tragic events at the Astroworld Festival." The shoes were initially set to drop on December 16. Nike did not provide additional details on the collaboration. The brand did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment. Scott began collaborating with Nike in 2017 with the release of his first Air Force 1 design, according to Complex. In June 2018, he followed up on the AF-1 with his baby blue Cactus Jack Air Jordan 4 with red accents. On the heels of the Air Jordan release, he also designed his second pair of Air Forces, the publication reports. Scott's other Nike partnerships over the last few years include the Air Jordan 33, the Air Jordan 1, Air Jordan 6, another pair of Air Forces, and the SB Dunk. Shutterstock 9-Year-Old Astroworld Victim Ezra Blount Dies After Getting Trampled at Festival Ten people died and more than 300 people were injured as a result of a fatal crowd surge at Astroworld Festival. At least 36 lawsuits have been filed against Scott and concert organizers over the incident, the Houston Chronicle reported. The victims have been identified as Ezra Blount, 9; Jacob Jurinek, 21; John Hilgert, 14; Brianna Rodriguez, 16; Franco Patiño, 21; Axel Acosta, 21; Rudy Peña, 23; Madison Dubiski, 23; Danish Baig, 27; and Bharti Shahani, 22. Treston and son Ezra Blount. Taylor Blount Ben Crump, attorney for the family of the youngest victim, said in a statement obtained by PEOPLE following his death Sunday: "The Blount family tonight is grieving the incomprehensible loss of their precious young son. This should not have been the outcome of taking their son to a concert, what should have been a joyful celebration. Ezra's death is absolutely heartbreaking. We are committed to seeking answers and justice for the Blount family. But tonight we stand in solidarity with the family, in grief, and in prayer." On Tuesday, Ezra's family filed a lawsuit against Scott, 30, and others alleging their "grossly negligent conduct" contributed to the child's life-threatening injuries. The complaint, which was obtained by PEOPLE, said that Ezra was "kicked, stepped on, and trampled, and nearly crushed to death" at the festival. Travis Scott performs during 2021 Astroworld Festival. Erika Goldring/WireImage Travis Scott Will Not Perform at Day N Vegas Festival After Deadly Astroworld Crowd Surge One week after the fatal Houston concert, Scott's attorney Edwin F. McPherson said during an appearance on Good Morning America that there "obviously was a systemic breakdown that we need to get to the bottom of before we start pointing fingers at anyone." McPherson claimed the mass casualty declaration made by authorities that night "absolutely did not" make it to Scott, 30, or his team as the artist kept performing the show. "In fact," he claimed, "we've seen footage of police half an hour later just walking about and not looking like it was a mass casualty event." Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE's free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. Following the event, Scott posted a series of videos to his Instagram Story on Saturday, saying he was "horrified" by what happened at his show and pledging to help the victims' families. "I'm honestly just devastated and I could never imagine anything like this happening," Scott said.