Kourtney Kardashian films her son Reign, 6, playing keyboard as fans slam her 'tone-deaf' posts after Astroworld tragedy

KOURTNEY Kardashian shared a video of her son Reign playing the keyboard after being slammed for her "tone-deaf" posts amid the Astroworld tragedy.

Eight people died and hundreds were injured in a horrific crowd surge during  T Travis Scott's set at Astroworld Festival in Texas on Friday.

Kourtney – who is the sister of Travis' baby mama Kylie Jenner – chose not to comment on the tragedy as she spent some quality time with Reign on Monday.

The KUWTK star, 42, posted a video of the six-year-old playing around with the sound effects on his keyboard.

Reign, who had a shaved head and was wearing a tie-dye shirt, seemed to be loving pressing the different buttons in what looked like a recording room.

Kourtney has come under fire this week for her "insensitive" posts in the wake of the fatal Astroworld crush.

She promoted her Poosh lifestyle website in one Instagram Story, before posing in a sports bra in another.

Her sister Khloe and mom Kris, have also been bashed for their "tone-deaf" social media activity.

Khloe posted a sexy selfie with Scott Disick, from the concert and captioned it: "About last night," and Kris shared a "tacky" photo of the roses she received from Travis Barker for her 66th birthday.

Horror struck Astroworld festival on Friday as 50,000 people started to "compress towards the front of the stage" at around 9:15 pm, sparking panic.

Read our Travis Scott Astroworld Festival live blog for the very latest news and updates…

"People began to fall out, become unconscious, and it created additional panic," officials in Texas said.

A "mass casualty incident" was triggered at 9:38pm and investigations are ongoing, according to authorities.

On Monday it emerged that Travis played for more than 30 minutes after the mass casualty announcement.


The New York Times and The Houston Chronicle say Travis was still on stage at 10:15pm.

He had briefly stopped the show at 9:42pm, calling for help for a concertgoer who had passed out. He then resumed the show, Insider reports.

Travis, Drake, and Astroworld festival organizers Live Nation are reportedly being sued for damages.

Travis responded to the devastating event on his social media and said: "I am absolutely devastated by what took place last night.

"My prayers go out to the families and all those impacted by what happened at Astroworld Festival…"

Kylie also took to her Instagram Stories to react, claiming she did not know people had died at the concert until after the show.

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