Khloé Kardashian is being chastised for posting thirst traps on Instagram in the aftermath of Travis Scott’s disastrous Astroworld festival, which killed at least eight people.
On Monday, the 37-year-old Good American co-founder shared three photos of herself wearing a sheer bodycon dress that accentuated her curvy figure.
In reference to her outfit’s animal print design, she captioned the post with emojis of a panda, a zebra, and paw prints.
Given Khloé Kardashian’s close relationship with Travis Scott, critics flocked to the comments section to criticize her for posting steamy photos less than three days after the tragedy.
After the reality star shared the photo, one person commented, “Read the room. The first Astroworld victim was buried yesterday,” while a second user wrote, “Completely tone deaf.”
A third person wrote, “People are watching you guys. I think we can pause this for a week or so after people died at TS [Travis Scott] concert just a thought.” while another said, “Oh you can’t be serious.”
“people died but okay, seems it’s no problem in the world of Instagram,” another person wrote, while a sixth person asked, “How can you even post after the AstroWorld, so UNCARING.”
On Friday, eight people were reported dead and more than 300 were injured at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival in Houston, in what officials called a “mass casualty event.”
The 30-year-old “Sickomode” rapper has been chastised on social media for continuing to perform despite a large number of people in the audience screaming for help and being surrounded by paramedics and ambulances.
Khloé Kardashian ‘s sister Kylie Jenner, who has a three-year-old daughter Stormi with Travis and is expecting their second child, spoke out about the fatal concert on Sunday, saying, “I want to make it clear that we weren’t aware of the fatalities until the news came out after the show and in no world would have continued filming or performing.”
Travis Scott has since announced that he will cover the funeral costs of those who died, as well as provide free mental health care and other assistance to those affected. But even with that, nearly two dozen lawsuits have already been filed against him and concert promoter Live Nation.