Daniel Vargas: Sick Astroworld fan who danced on ambulance calls victims 'baby butt soft a**'

Daniel Vargas was partially held responsible for causing a delay in rescue services during the 'mass casualty' incident


                            Daniel Vargas: Sick Astroworld fan who danced on ambulance calls victims 'baby butt soft a**'
Daniel Vargas danced on ambulance during the Astroworld tragedy (Twitter)
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One of the men who were spotted dancing on top of an ambulance during the Astroworld Fest on November 5, that turned into chaos and left 8 people dead, has been identified as Daniel Vargas after he posted a string of messages on multiple social media platforms making it clear that he had no remorse for what he had done. 

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Vargas, who was partially held responsible for causing a delay in rescue services during the "mass casualty" incident at Astroworld Fest went by the Twitter and Instagram handle “itzlune_” before he deactivated his accounts following backlash. In the video posted by journalist Chaudhary Parvez, Vargas could be seen jumping on top of the paramedic truck as it was trying to transport unconscious concertgoers to safety.

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What did Daniel Vargas say?

Following his antics, he took to his Instagram stories and made a post where he stressed his unrepentant attitude, referring to the crowd at the concert as “baby butt soft a** people.” “Uh oh guys. Cancel culture at it again,” Vargas wrote followed by a laughing emoji. “This is how I know the crowd was full of baby butt soft a** people. We rage forreal, I’m sorry You guys wanna have a sad day about it. With that, it’s tragic what happened, but don’t blame me, I just come to have fun and that I did, repost this if I hurt your feelings too.” In another post, he said, "I said what I said, f**k them people." In one of his Instagram stories, he shared his full name and the address, asking critics to take action against him if they dare. Screenshots of his posts have since gone viral on the internet. 

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Screenshot of Daniel Vargas' post (Twitter)

Later on, he also defended himself on Twitter in a post, writing, "Safety. But unfortunately, inexperienced staff drove it into a barricade. No one was hurt. Not one person near or in that cart was hurt. If I was blocking that cart from safety, I think I wouldof (sic) got tackled off that cart right? We stood on it till the end of the show so we --"

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Screenshot of Daniel Vargas' tweet (Twitter)

Who is Daniel Vargas?


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As the video and the screenshots of his tweets and Instagram posts continue to circulate on social media, people are demanding that the Houston police arrest him and hold him responsible for the deaths of those who were killed during the Astroworld tragedy. In the viral video, Daniel Vargas along with another man can be seen dancing on the top of a rescue vehicle while it struggles to make its way to the incident scene.

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Vargas has a criminal record, old records suggest. He was previously arrested on March 26 and charged with third-degree burglary, second-degree criminal trespass, and second-degree larceny. He is on $50,000 bail.


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According to his presently deactivated Instagram page, Vargas is from the Bronx, New York, and is associated with a car repair company, the link to which is provided on his IG page.


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While sharing the screenshot from the video, one person wrote on Twitter: “People of Houston! Who are these men?? They need to be held responsible for impeding & dancing on top of an emergency vehicle that was en route to help dying & injured #ASTROWORLD concert goers!RETWEET THIS so they will be found! #ASTROWORLDFest @houstonpolice.” One Twitter user shared the screenshot of Daniel’s Instagram post and wrote: “The guy literally doesn’t care that what he did was wrong.”

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