Travis Scott pictured out after breaking his silence over Astroworld
Scott - who is refusing to take responsibility as he faces a wave of lawsuits - was seen driving to his office on Wednesday afternoon in Los Angeles, California.Scott, 30, - who is refusing to take responsibility as he faces a wave of lawsuits - was seen driving to his office on Wednesday afternoon in Los Angeles, California, exclusive images obtained by DailyMail.com reveal.
A political activist tried to talk to Scott Morrison about climate change at a Good Friday service before the prime minister walked away.
Video on social media platform TikTok shows Mr Morrison being approached by campaigner Desiree Cai at a church service in Melbourne on Good Friday to ask him about Australia's 'climate crisis'.
'Prime minister, I'm a young person, I'm worried about my future but every year the climate crisis gets worse,' the former National Union of Students president says.
Mr Morrison then looks at the person filming and asks if they're taking a photo of him, Ms Cai and Liberal MP for Chisholm Gladys Liu, who is also listening.
Scott Morrison expected to call Australian federal election TODAY
The prime minister is departing Sydney just after 9am on a VIP aircraft to fly to Canberra to visit Governor-General David Hurley to ask for a May 21 election. He will then hold a press conference in Canberra to announce the date to Australians. It comes hours after Mr Morrison admitted his government was not 'perfect' but it has been 'upfront' with Aussies in a last-ditch pitch to the nation as he trails behind in the polls.
The prime minister then walks away while being followed by Ms Cai who says young people are facing insecure work and a climate crisis, and that she'd prefer not to be there on Good Friday, before the video ends.
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Journalists weren't allowed inside the Melbourne church where Mr Morrison was attending a Baptist service.
Ms Cai is involved with a group called the Tomorrow Movement which is linked to youth organisation YOUNG Campaigns.
Scott Morrison vows to serve his entire term if he wins the election
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said 'of course I do, there's a lot to do' when asked if he would commit to serving his entire term, rather than handing over, as he called an election for May 21.The Coalition leader finally called the election date on Sunday, after three tumultuous years for the economy, a pandemic, and global security.
The subject of climate change has largely been untouched by the two major parties so far this federal election campaign, with Labor leader Anthony Albanese mentioning it at his press conference on Saturday.
Labor is pledging a 43 per cent cut in emissions by 2030 as it aims for net-zero by 2050, with the coalition hoping for but not committing to a 30 per cent cut in emissions by 2030 based on no change in policy. The government has also made a net-zero 2050 pledge.
It's a hot button issue for the government as a swathe of independents run in blue-ribbon seats campaigning on more action on climate.
Scientists have warned neither party's 2030 targets go far enough and a recent report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warning desperately calling for nations to do more to prevent warning below 2C.
Australia has been dubbed a "holdout" by UN secretary general António Guterres for its failure to take stronger action.
Captain’s kick: is Morrison about to face his Pauline Hanson moment? .
The PM has had to do a U-turn after Katherine Deves' comments on trans people, a shining example of 'captain's picks' that go awry.He’s the one who allowed his minion Alex Hawke to completely wreck the NSW preselection process because greater party democracy threatened Hawke. He’s the one who presided over the bizarre situation where his ministers faced disendorsement because they’d lost control of their branches. He’s the one who couldn’t call the election until last weekend because he was too busy wasting taxpayer money fighting his own party in the courts.