A family outing. Kylie JennerStormi Webster was a supporter Travis ScottFollowing the Astroworld tragedy at 2022 Billboard Music Awards, he made his first appearance.
The “Sicko Mode” rapper, 31, confirmed to Entertainment TonightHe was enjoying a family night out on Sunday May 15, while walking along the red carpet. Then he posed with Kylie Cosmetics founder, 24-year-old, and their 4-yearold daughter. The couple also have a son, previously known as Wolf, but he was not present. Jenner wore an elegant, grey Balmain dress with long sleeves that gave the appearance of a nude belly. Her hair was in a low, messy bun. Stormi, however, wore her hair in matching styles, with a white dress.
After the event, Kylie Swim founder transformed into a casual outfit of a white corset top with jeans for dinner with her boyfriend. Jenner shared an Instagram Story with Scott. He wrapped his arm around her and avoided the camera.
Scott’s first major appearance since the mass casualty incident at his Astroworld Festival, November 2021 marked their outing. During his performance at the Houston, Texas, event, the sold-out crowd — plus additional attendees who had jumped the fences and crashed the concert — rushed the stage, which caused mass panic and hysteria, leading to numerous accidents. 10 people were killed and more than 300 were hurt.
“I’m absolutely devastated by what took place last night,” Scott wrote via Twitter the following day. “My prayers go out to the familiesAstroworld Festival and all those affected. Houston PD has my full support as they continue to investigate the tragic loss. I am committed to working with the Houston community in order to heal and support those in need. Houston PD, Fire Department, and NRG Park are all grateful for their support and immediate response. Love You All.”
The Texas native offered to pay all funeral expenses and provide additional assistance for those in need.
Scott lost endorsement deals with Epic Games and Air Jordan. Anheuser-Busch also announced that the Cacti hard seltzers, which were launched in early 2021 by Scott, were no more in production. The “Highest in the Room” performer was also named in multiple lawsuits from the families of those who died as well as Astroworld attendees who were injured and an investigation into the event was launched in December 2021 by the House Oversight Committee.
Furthermore, VarietyIt was reported that Scott was to headline Coachella 2022. However, he was pulled from the festival after Astroworld.
While some music fans were surprised that the rapper was asked to perform at the 2022 BBMAs, the show’s host, DiddyScott was publicly defended before the event. “As a musical family, none of us are saints; none of us are without things that happen to them in life,” the producer, 52, told BillboardThursday, May 12 “So one of the things I’m doing directly is uncanceling the canceled. That’s breaking news because people haven’t been about uncanceling. But canceling is a trend that needs to stop.”
He continued: “I looked at Travis’ situation and I said, ‘Man, I got some power to do something about that because we can’t start that in the music industry or even in life period, so I’m here to forgive, to unify, to celebrate, and to have everybody be free.”