Travis Scott Stopping a concert in front of a rowdy crowd backfires, as the family of one of the Astroworld victims thinks it shows him that he must pick and choose when he puts the safety of the fans first.
Alex Hilliarda lawyer who represents Ezra Blount‘s family, tells TMZ … Scott’s actions at the July 4th Coney Island Show do not prove that the rapper is compassionate and willing to keep order. In any case, it portrays the exact opposite… at least according to the lawyer.
Hillard says: “He knows exactly how to keep his fans safe at a concert, but the problem with that is that he didn’t just learn that he has control over the entire audience.”
Its implication is that Travis knew all along that he wielded this power, including at Astroworld, but simply refused to exercise it to settle matters. Travis has denied that†
Hillard continues — “There are 10 people alive today, including the young Ezra Blount, when Travis realized that his responsibility as an artist goes beyond just trying to whip up his crowd, and it again emphasizes the rule of ‘ if you see something say something.'”
Travis Scott stops concert and orders fans dangling from the truss to get down
In the immediate aftermath of the Coney Island performance, one of Travis’ representatives came out and said… “Travis is determined to do his part to ensure events are as safe as possible so fans can have fun.” have,” adding that he encouraged fans to listen to safety so everyone can be safe and have fun.
It can make TS feel like he’s damned if he does, damned if he doesn’t – but Hillard just doesn’t believe in Trav’s compassionate version of events.
He hits back rather fiercely… and tells us, “The problem Mr. Scott has is his when we call him to the witness stand to swear to him and cross-examine him. The judge will be his paid spokesperson not allow to sit in the witness chair. and answer questions for him.”
As you know… Travis is still tied to various lawsuits who have accused him of being liable for the deaths at Astroworld Fest. All those lawsuits are still working through the courts, and he has yet to be kicked out of one of those lawsuits… despite have asked†