Kylie Jenner shared her holiday decor with fans after weeks of being mum on social media.
Kylie Cosmetics founder shared a clip from her Instagram Story that shows a hand-made wooden pyramid spinning on her countertop. In the background, you can see a reindeer figurine as well as an illuminated Christmas tree.
Jenner didn’t appear in the video, nor did she add text to it. However, it’s one of the few things she has shared online since Travis Scott’s Astroworld festival, when 10 people died and hundreds were injured.
Daily Mail reports that Jenner’s holiday-inspired pyramid is made by Muller in Germany and costs approximately $1,000.
Jenner issued a statement via the social media platform hours after Scott’s November 5th concert was tragically cut short.
“Travis, I and I are devastated and broken. Jenner shared her thoughts and prayers for all those who were hurt or lost in yesterday’s events. “And Travis, whom I know cares deeply about his fans and Houston community.”
She said: “It is important to clarify that we were not aware of any deaths until after the show was over. In no way would we have stopped filming and performing.” I send my deepest condolences and prayers for everyone affected by this tragedy.
Jenner, 24 is currently pregnant with her second child. Stormi is their daughter.
Despite this, lawsuits continue against Scott, Live Nation, and other performers and organizers of that event. Two close friends of mine from Illinois died during the concert. Their families filed wrongful death lawsuits this week. Franco Patino (21 years old) and Jacob Jurinek (20 year old), filed lawsuits claiming that Scott and Live Nation failed their duty to protect them at the concert.
The suits claim that the defendants “egregiously failed to perform their duty to safeguard the health, safety and lives of the people attending the concert,”
Scott performed on stage during the surge. He has been criticised for allowing the show to continue even though people were struggling in front of him.
The rapper claimed that he did not know the gravity of his situation.