Kylie Jenner looks on in video from Travis Scott's catastrophic concert that killed eight


A video obtained by DailyMail.com taken during Travis Scott’s catastrophic Astroworld set on Friday November 5, shows Kylie Jenner looking on during the concert which left eight dead. 

The pregnant 24-year-old make-up mogul later said in a statement that she and the rapper ‘weren’t aware’ of any fatalities that occurred until after his 75 minute set was over.

While viewing the raucous crowd from the safety of a riser alongside sister Kendall Jenner and others members of their entourage, Kylie did not seem aware of what was going on in the crowd.

On edge: While viewing the raucous crowd from the safety of a riser alongside sister Kendall Jenner and others in their inner circle, Kylie seems to exhibit some clear signs of nervous energy

On edge: While viewing the raucous crowd from the safety of a riser alongside sister Kendall Jenner and others in their inner circle, Kylie seems to exhibit some clear signs of nervous energy 

Kylie was seen in a black leather jacket masked up as she looked on at the wild crowd of 50,000 people just 10 minutes after her beau took the stage. 

The video shows her nodding her head along to the music as she interlocks her hands at her burgeoning baby belly and shoots a look to a gentleman beside her.  

Though the footage is a bit shaky as it was taken from someone in the crowd, Jenner appears a bit unsure of what could ensue, as Scott’s shows are notorious for being out of control. 

Meanwhile, her sister Kendall was seen behind her laughing and looking wide-eyed while enjoying the show. 

Safe and sound: The pregnant 24-year-old make-up mogul later said in a statement that she and the rapper 'weren't aware' of any fatalities that occurred until after his 75 minute set was over

Safe and sound: The pregnant 24-year-old make-up mogul later said in a statement that she and the rapper ‘weren’t aware’ of any fatalities that occurred until after his 75 minute set was over

Energy shift: While viewing the raucous crowd from the safety of a riser alongside sister Kendall Jenner and others members of their entourage, Kylie did not seem aware of what was going on in the crowd

Vantage point: Though the makeup mogul was seen viewing the set from a riser, another video had showed her getting led into the crowd with Stormi with her security detail

Energy shift: While viewing the raucous crowd from the safety of a riser alongside sister Kendall Jenner and others members of their entourage, Kylie did not seem aware of what was going on in the crowd

Body language: The video shows her nodding her head along to the music as she interlocks her hands at her burgeoning baby belly and shoots a look to a gentleman beside her

Body language: The video shows her nodding her head along to the music as she interlocks her hands at her burgeoning baby belly and shoots a look to a gentleman beside her

A source reiterated that Kylie was unaware of what was going on during the video as they told TMZ on Sunday she ‘had no idea as to what was happening in the crowd and to think otherwise is both unfair and inaccurate.’ 

Corroborating that statement, one video shared on TikTok actually showed Kylie being led into the crowd with Stormi and her security detail, a situation she would not have put she or their three-year-old in in if she was worried it may turn fatal. 

Similarly while viewing the show from the safety of the elevated platform, she at one point had unknowingly shared a video of an ambulance making its way through the crowd which has since been deleted. 

At one point during the show, Scott had seemed to try his best to aid one person as he told everyone to ‘hold’ repeatedly but continued on with his set despite multiple people chanting ‘Stop the Show,’ after the overall situation turned dire. 

False: A source reiterated that Kylie was unaware of what was going on during the video as they told TMZ on Sunday she 'had no idea as to what was happening in the crowd and to think otherwise is both unfair and inaccurate'

False: A source reiterated that Kylie was unaware of what was going on during the video as they told TMZ on Sunday she ‘had no idea as to what was happening in the crowd and to think otherwise is both unfair and inaccurate’

Scanning the crowd: While viewing the show from the safety of the elevated platform, she at one point had unknowingly shared a video of an ambulance making its way through the crowd which has since been deleted

Scanning the crowd: While viewing the show from the safety of the elevated platform, she at one point had unknowingly shared a video of an ambulance making its way through the crowd which has since been deleted

Deadly: Scott's show left eight dead and 11 victims were in cardiac arrest and needed CPR

Deadly: Scott’s show left eight dead and 11 victims were in cardiac arrest and needed CPR

‘We need somebody to help him, somebody passed out right here. Don’t touch him, don’t touch him, everybody just back up. Security, somebody help jump in real quick,’ he said calling for security a few times before resuming the show. 

Scott’s set began at 9:04PM and the situation turned fatal around 9:38PM when a ‘mass casualty incident’ was triggered said Houston Fire Department Chief Samuel Pena. 

‘The crowd began to compress toward the front of the stage, and people began to panic,’ Pena said in a new briefing. 

Cops said 367 police officers and 241 security officers were working the event prior to the crush.  

Harrowing accounts from concert-goers had described the show as ‘hell,’ with one eyewitness saying it was a ‘floor of bodies.’ Others had even described the show as having ‘demonic energy’ as a whole.  

Calm before the storm: Scott's set began at 9:04PM and the situation turned fatal around 9:38PM when a 'mass casualty incident' was triggered said Houston Fire Department Chief Samuel Pena.

Calm before the storm: Scott’s set began at 9:04PM and the situation turned fatal around 9:38PM when a ‘mass casualty incident’ was triggered said Houston Fire Department Chief Samuel Pena. 

Grave error: Kylie had unknowingly even shared a video of an ambulance making its way through the crowd which has since been deleted

Grave error: Kylie had unknowingly even shared a video of an ambulance making its way through the crowd which has since been deleted 

The event left eight dead and 11 victims were in cardiac arrest and needed CPR, with the youngest deceased concert-goer being just 14-years-old.

TMZ reported that a ‘key person’ connected to Astroworld said that the situation was the result of a ‘targeted attack’ after ‘someone in the crowd went crazy and began injecting people with some sort of drug, which caused panic and then a surge’.

Jenner broke her silence with a joint statement penned on behalf of Scott. 

 Travis and I are broken and devastated. My thoughts and prayers are with all who lost their lives, were injured or affected in anyway by yesterday’s events.

‘I want to make it clear we weren’t aware of any fatalities until the news came out after the show and in no world would have continued filming or performing.

Statement: Kylie released a statement on behalf of she and Scott where she said in part 'I want to make it clear we weren't aware of any fatalities until the news came out after the show and in no world would have continued filming or performing'

Statement: Kylie released a statement on behalf of she and Scott where she said in part ‘I want to make it clear we weren’t aware of any fatalities until the news came out after the show and in no world would have continued filming or performing’

‘I am sending my deepest condolences to all the families during this difficult time and will be praying for the healing of everyone who has been impacted.’   

As of November 7 two lawsuits have been filed against the rapper. 

A man by the name of Manuel Souza who attended the Houston music festival, filed a lawsuit on Saturday in Harris County District Court, suing Scott himself, as well as organizer ScoreMore and concert giant Live Nation. 

A second attendee by the name of Kristian Paredes filed a civil lawsuit against both he and Drake, blaming the rappers for negligently inciting ‘a riot and violence,’ and seeking $1 million in damages.  

Legal woes: As of November 7 two lawsuits have been filed against the rapper, both from Astroworld attendees

Legal woes: As of November 7 two lawsuits have been filed against the rapper, both from Astroworld attendees 

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