Pregnant Kylie Jenner leaves Houston under cover of night a week after Astroworld tragedy
She along with her daughter Stormi had been holed at Travis Scott's $14 million Houston estate, and on Thursday left for LA
A pregnant Kylie Jenner has left Houston around a week after the Astroworld tragedy that killed 9 and injured countless others. She along with her daughter Stormi had been holed at Travis Scott's $14 million estate, and on Thursday night they departed under the cover of darkness to make their way to LA.
Kylie reportedly left her private $72.8 million pink plane, which had been in Houston since last week, and got on a different plane at Houston's Executive Airport to fly home in secrecy.
Scott's private plane is still in Houston, so it is assumed that he's still in the city. After the horrific occurrence at the Astroworld Festival on Friday, both Kylie and Scott had remained in Houston.
The stampede on the opening night of Travis' Astroworld Festival killed at least nine people and injured over a hundred others. The Astroworld Festival had attracted a sizeable crowd, but a crowd surge in front of the stage led to the tragedy. Officials in Texas said that around 9:15 pm, the crowd began to squeeze towards the front of the stage, triggering panic and a stampede.
Travis expressed remorse after the event, and said in an Instagram video: "My prayers go out to the families and all those impacted by what happened at Astroworld Festival..."
Kylie too issued a response on the mishap. "Travis and I are broken and devastated. My thoughts and prayers are with all who lost their lives, were injured or affected in any way by yesterday's events," she said. 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."
The 24-year-old, who has three-year-old Stormi with Travis, hasn't posted on Instagram since November 4, when she went to a charity baseball game to support her sister Kendall. The fatal concert took place the next night.
Since the tragedy, Kylie has remained silent on social media, prompting fans to vow to "boycott" her businesses as a result of her silence. Fans from all over the world have said that they have lost all respect for her.
One of her fans commented, "U saw the paramedics u could have told Travis team to stop the show." Another Instagram user hopped on the bandwagon and said, "You're not going to say anything about the 8 people dying at your man's show in Texas?"
One other fan complained that "Dude you were literally posting Instagram stories of the festival last night with an ambulance vehicle in the frame and didn't think to help out in any way?? Wtf".