Astroworld: Khloe Kardashian called 'satanic' for posting hot pics after tragedy
Khloe Kardashian has not offered any condolences to the victims of the 'mass casualty' incident that involved Travis Scott
Khloe Kardashian was slammed after she posted an array of thirst trap photos just days after Travis Scott's Astroworld tragedy in Texas that left eight dead and several others injured. The 37-year-old reality star was targeted by trolls after she shared three sultry images of herself, showing off her curves in a sheer catsuit.
Since the Good American founder has not offered any condolences to the victims of the "mass casualty" incident on social media, her sexy post seemed to ruffle the feathers of her fans, even though the situation is centered around Travis Scott, the father of half-sister Kylie Jenner's child. Khloe's other sisters, Kourtney, Kendall, Kylie and Kim have all decided to restrict their self-promotional content in the light of the catastrophic incident on November 5. Meanwhile, Khloe was seen striking a series of seductive poses for the camera as she modeled a body-hugging dress.
'Tone deaf. Shame on you'
One wrote, "Tone deaf. Shame on you fr." Another posted, "Are you kidding me??" A third commented, "People are watching you guys. I think we can pause this for a week or so after people died at TS concert❤️ just a thought." One more said, "Girl read the room……." The next remarked, "Lmao so early." A commenter tweeted, "Read the room. The first Astroworld victim was buried yesterday." Another quipped, "Here comes the satanic btx." One of them messaged, "Oh you can't be serious." Another reacted with, "Guess y’all were given the okay to post after Travis death fest." A person reacted with, "How tone dead can one person be?" Another chimed in with, "I knew koko would be the first to post !" The next added, "Insensative af."
Another mimicked Khloe, writing “'Ppl died/got hurt at my brother in laws concert, let me post a trust trap'”. One more said, "How can you even post after the AstroWorld, so UNCARING." A commenter tweeted, "Is this the only Statement?" Another quipped, "Did I miss the post going out to the victims? And all the injured people? Or did we move past that already?" A person reacted with, "Anything to say to the victims of Astroword? Or we just do it for the gram??" One of them commented, "I’m in total shock you haven’t even acknowledged what happened in Texas and then post this. Shame on you Khloe." Another noted, "Jesus social media is messed up. Several people have died at a concert that involves a family member and your here posing up for likes. Poor families so little respect."
Kylie Jenner also slammed
Kylie was also slammed for sharing a video of an ambulance making its way through the crowd at the event, which was attended by her, her daughter, Stormi and her sister, Kendall Jenner. The lip kit mogul did eventually delete the post.
A source told TMZ that even though she was captured in a video looking on, she "had no idea as to what was happening in the crowd and to think otherwise is both unfair and inaccurate." She also released a statement on behalf of the Houston-born rapper which said that they were "broken and devastated" and expressed their "thoughts and prayers to all who lost their lives." In addition, she added: "I want to make it clear we weren't aware of any fatalities until the news came out after the show and in no world would have continued filming or performing."