As the death toll in Astroworld continues to rise, Kylie and Kendall Jenner have been chastised for promoting a fashion brand.


As the death toll in Astroworld continues to rise, Kylie and Kendall Jenner have been chastised for promoting a fashion brand.

Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner have been receiving a lot of abuse on social media recently. According to Metro, the two sisters have been chastised for promoting their new collection as the tragedy surrounding Travis Scott’s Astroworld music festival was unfolding. Scott, who is expecting his second child with Kylie, has been dealing with the fallout from the festival, which has resulted in the deaths of ten people.

Kendall and Kylie’s eponymous clothing company released a video on Instagram on Wednesday to promote the line. The sisters modeled pieces from their collection in the video, which was broadcast to promote their new Kendall (plus) Kylie apparel store, which is set to open in the United Arab Emirates. Fans criticized the timing of the post, despite the fact that the video centered on the sisters’ fashion initiative. “10 wonderful humans killed at Astroworld, including a nine-year-old youngster,” one person remarked on the post. [Blount] Ezra.” Scott’s Astroworld festival, which took place in Houston on November 5th, claimed the lives of ten concertgoers. Ezra Blount, the 9-year-old boy who was hurt at the festival, was recently reported to have died as a result of his injuries. Blount’s family has filed a negligence lawsuit against Scott and the event’s organizers. “The Blount family tonight is grieving the ultimate, unimaginable loss of their darling young kid,” the family’s legal team told CBS News. This should not have been the result of taking their son to a concert, which should have been a happy occasion. The passing of Ezra is tragic. We are dedicated to finding answers and bringing justice to the Blount family. But tonight, in pain and prayer, we stand in solidarity with the family.” Scott is facing a (dollar)2 billion lawsuit as a result of the Astroworld disaster. Scott, festival guest Drake, Live Nation, NRG Stadium, and others are named in the case. According to the petition, supporters were “incited into a frenzy” during the concert, which contributed to the deadly rush, according to Thomas Henry, the lawyer for 280 plaintiffs. “The Defendants stood to make an enormous amount of money from this event, yet they opted to cut shortcuts, save costs, and put festival goers at risk,” the complaint stated. In reaction to the filing, Scott’s lawyer, Edwin F. McPherson, issued a statement. “Investigations should begin over finger-pointing so that together, we can discover exactly what transpired and… Brinkwire Summary Entertainment News,” he told TMZ in part.


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