Travis Scott Stopping a concert for a rowdy crowd backfires — the family of one of the ‘Astroworld victims’ thinks it shows he’s picking and choosing when it comes to putting fans’ safety first.
Alex HilliardA lawyer Ezra Blount‘s family tells TMZ … Scott’s actions 4th of July Coney Island Show Do not prove that the rapper is compassionate and ready to keep order. If anything, it paints the opposite … at least according to the attorney.
Hillard says, “He knows how to keep his fans safe during a concert, but the problem is that he’s unaware of the fact that he has control over the entire crowd.”
His implication is that Travis knew he was using this power all along, including in Astroworld, but refused to use it to solve things. Travis has He denied that.
Hillard continues — “10 would still be alive today, including young Ezra Blount. If Travis realizes his responsibility as an artist, he goes beyond trying to stir up his crowd, and it reiterates the rule of ‘if you. Say something.'”
After the Coney Island show, one of Travis’ reps came out and said … “Travis is committed to doing his part to make sure events are as safe as possible so fans can have fun,” he cheered fans on. Ask for safety so everyone can be safe and happy.
TS may feel bad if he does, bad if he doesn’t — but Hillard doesn’t buy Trav’s compassionate version of events.
He fired back…telling us, “Mr. Scott’s problem is that the judge won’t let his paid spokesman sit in the witness chair when we call him to the stand to take the oath and cross-examine him. And answer questions for him.”
You know … Travis is still tied up Many cases They accuse him of being responsible for the deaths at Astroworld Fest. All of those cases are still working their way through the courts, and he hasn’t been dropped from those cases yet… When asked.