TRAVIS SCOTT SLAMMED BY ASTROWORLD VICTIM'S FAM

David

Travis Scott stopping a show for a rowdy crowd is backfiring--

'cause the household of one of the Astroworld victims thinks it shows him selecting and choosing when he puts fan safety.

 Alex Hilliard, an attorney representing Ezra Blount's family, informs TMZ ... 

Scott's actions at the July 4 Coney Island show don't show the rapper is compassionate and happy to keep order.

If anything, it illustrates the exact opposite ... a minimum of according to the legal representative.

 Hillard says, "He knows exactly how to keep his fans safe during a performance,

however the problem with that is he didn't simply find out about the fact that he has control over the entire crowd."

 His implication is Travis has understood he wields this power the whole time,

David

 including at Astroworld, but just declined to exercise it to settle things down.

David

 Hillard goes on-- "There are 10 people that would still be alive today,

David

Travis recognized his duty as an artist goes further than simply trying to rile up his crowds,

David

and it reemphasizes the rule of 'if you see something state something.'".

David