After more than 1,000 women signed up, the Vegas Strip Club suspended auditions and organizers feared that people would bump into each other at an event similar to AstroWorld
- Over 1,000 women have signed up to audition for Vegas Strip Club Club Ice
- The event took place on Wednesday at Bloom Lounge in nearby Henderson
- It was reported that the fire marshal shut down the event after it became so popular
- “You looked bad with Travis Scott the other night, you better pack up,” the host said as he pushed the audience members onto the stage
The fire marshal cut short the dancer auditions for the Las Vegas Strip Club shortly after several people appeared to watch the effort, reminding the crowd that this month’s AstroWorld Stampede was pushed against the stage.
Trials for Club Ice were held last Wednesday at the Bloom Lounge in Henderson, Nevada, outside of Vegas.
The event proved to be a bit more popular, with over 1,000 women signing up and the Fire Marshal having to close it to avoid any potential injuries, TMZ reported.
At one point, the host hears something saying: ‘This mother ***** is so packed, you have to back up. You saw it happen the next night with Travis Scott, all packed up nicely, ”he said, referring to the deadly footage at the Houston Festival that killed 10 people.
Fire Marshall is reported to have closed auditions for dancers at the upcoming Club Eyes
‘You don’t sue me,’ I said, ‘let me do it for you,’ said a man who appeared to be the host. ‘You saw that happen with Travis Scott the other night, you better pack up’
The strip club welcomed people into the lounge and watched the efforts.
‘It’s totally free to walk in the door to apply. We welcome the general public to come and watch the dancers ‘auditions,’ the club said on Instagram.
Videos from the event show naked women dancing around the room in a fully lit room while people are throwing money into the air.
A man who appears to be hyping the crowd shouts at the microphone: ‘We’re in mother ****** las vegas, nevada. We’re in Detroit. We in motherf ****** Oakland. ‘
‘Uh oh, there goes the money.’
In another video, a man warns the crowd to back up as the crowd gathers on stage.
He cited the Astroworld Festival, which killed 10 people, including eight, during the show on November 5.
Women who are still dancing at the soon-to-open club are able to secure places, TMZ reports
The experiments were carried out at the Bloom Lounge in Henderson, Nevada, outside of Vegas
There, the crowd rushed to the stage as Travis Scott prepared to show off his headlining set.
Scott is known for inspiring audiences to perform in his shows, although the video showed him stopping his performance to ask if everyone was safe.
On November 14, a 9-year-old boy clutching his father’s shoulder became the tenth man to die from injuries sustained on the show.
Scott, who founded the festival and who founded it, filed a lawsuit Thursday against Texas Attorney Thomas J. Schneider on behalf of 280 victims. Henry has been the subject of a number of lawsuits filed by him.
Travis Scott has been widely criticized for continuing to play for 38 minutes after the Houston PD massacre was announced at his AstroWorld Festival on November 5.
Ezra Blount, 9, of Dallas, Texas, is the latest death in a fatal crowd surge during Scott’s show
“You don’t sue me,” he said, “and I’ll let you all do it.”
The Nevada Fire Marshal did not immediately respond to requests for comment on shutdown from DailyMail.com.
Some women still managed to find a place in the club’s cast, TMZ reports.