Travis Scott's daughter Stormi, 3, gets death threats post Astroworld tragedy

Stormi, who too was present at the fest with her supermodel mum Kylie, got dragged on the Internet as many social media users wished death upon her

                            Travis Scott's daughter Stormi, 3, gets death threats post Astroworld tragedy
Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner with Stormi (Photos by Kevin Winter/Getty Images/[email protected])

Travis Scott has already been facing heat over ignoring the requests of Astroworld attendees after they repeatedly suggested he stop his performance after eight people died and close to 300 got injured on day one of the music festival. According to multiple reports, the age of the victims at the Astroworld Festival ranged from 14 to 27. Kylie Jenner too faced the aftermath as many slammed her for sharing the videos on her Instagram stories.

The duo’s three-year-old daughter Stormi, who too was present at the NRG Park in Houston with her supermodel mum Kylie, also got dragged on the Internet as several social media users wished death upon her. Without wasting any time, the loyal fans of the 29-year-old rapper came to her rescue as they slammed the sick trolls. 
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Travis Scott's daughter Stormi gets death threats

Travis Scott's daughter Stormi got a superstar treatment at the festival as she spent quality time with her mother Kylie Jenner at the VIP box. Kylie Jenner had earlier shared multiple stories on her Instagram account where the little munchkin was seen having a ball as she enjoyed her father’s set at NRG Park in Houston. However, Kylie Jenner, who has 280 million followers on Instagram was slammed later as she did not delete the stories after the stampede left eight people dead.

The Kardashian sister seemed to be unfazed by the tragedy as her Instagram stories earlier showed a cheering crowd and Scott performing. Her stories also showed ambulances arriving to administer to injured people. She later deleted all the posts after catching flak from the Internet. A few hours later, social media users dragged Stormi into the matter that left the loyal fans disgusted. Speaking on the tragedy, Houston Fire Chief Samuel Pena had confirmed, “At least 8 confirmed fatalities and many injuries. Around 50,000 people attended the Astroworld Festival. At around 9 or 9:15, the crowd began to compress toward the front of the stage and that caused panic and people were getting injured. HFD transported 17 people to hospitals. 11 of those transported were in cardiac arrest.”




‘F**k Travis Scott, f**k Kylie Jenner, Stormi too’

Slamming Travis’ daughter Stormi, one user sarcastically said, “There was probably more security taking care of Kylie & Stormi than there was at the entire Astroworld festival.” On similar lines, another mentioned, “Pretty sure Stormi started all the debuacury last night at astroworld, definitely did the first push - can’t trust her.” One added, “Now i’m starting to understand why nicki minaj had beef with stormi, s**t i wanna beat his baby a** too he endangered the lives of other peoples babies who he just saw as money signs. F**k your rich a** family and f**k you for marketing your art to children. One furious user stated, “F**k travis scott, f**k kylie jenner, stormi too. F**k em all. rip to the 8” as another tweeted, “RIP to those who lost their lives in Travis Scott's Astroworld Concert, Stormi your daddy is a devil."
The fans of Travis Scott got into action as they slammed the sick trolls. “Oh people bringing stormi into this astroworld mess are disturbing.” The next one shared, “People are taking this astroworld blame stuff too far by saying “f**k stormi” wtf is a kid supposed to do?! Y’all are sick af.” One added, “Why is stormi trending??? she is a child! why y’all mad at her.” And, another concluded, “Not people sending stormi death threats… are y’all crazy.”