KARDASHIAN fans have expressed concern when they discover a family member missing from the Kardashians Hulu show for three straight episodes.
The Hulu Original stars sisters Kim, 41, Kourtney, 43, and Khloe Kardashian, 37, as well as mother Kris, 66, and younger siblings Kendall, 26, and Kylie Jenner, 24.
Kardashian fans have noted that Kylie, the show’s youngest star, has been missing for the past three episodes.
Speculations surrounding the absence suggest the Kylie Cosmetics founder was pregnant late during filming.
She and boyfriend Travis Scott, 31, welcomed their second child, a boy, on February 2 this year.
The famous couple already had a daughter together, Stormi Webster, four.
Adding to the mayhem surrounding rapper friend Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival tragedy is another theory for Kylie missing from the Hulu series.
The tragic event happened around the time the final episodes of the season were filmed.
50,000 spectators attended the two-day event, which sold out in May this year within an hour of tickets being released.
Officials in Texas said the crowd began “pushing toward the front end of the stage” around 9:15 p.m., sparking panic.
17 people were taken to hospitals, 11 of them suffered cardiac arrest.
Eight people were killed during the concert and hundreds more were injured.
OUT OF SIGHT
A source close to Kylie and Travis told the Sun that the couple were devastated after the event and had decided to keep their distance.
“Travis and Kylie were crying on the phone with their teams trying to figure out what happened,” the source told The Sun.
“They found out after Friday’s show that people had died, but were initially told that someone was injecting drugs and that a number of people went into cardiac arrest at the same spot.
“They had no idea what really happened until much later and they are heartbroken by the situation.
“Drake was a guest at the festival, he got on stage and then went straight to the after party at Dave & Buster’s where he was told so and left straight away.”
The insider claims Travis used earphones during the concert and wasn’t told to stop the show, although videos show frantic fans asking security to step in.
“The female fan trying to get the cameraman’s attention was about 50 yards away and no one told Travis to unplug it,” they said.
“He paused earlier in the night to make sure someone was okay and even said turn on the lights but was then told to continue.
Travis Scott is reportedly facing numerous lawsuits following the disaster at The Astroworld Festival show.
According to Billboard, a festival-goer, Manuel Souza, filed a petition in Harris County District Court against Scott, organizer ScoreMore and concert company Live Nation.
The lawsuit alleges that Scott and his production partners emphasized “profit motivation at the expense of the health and safety of concertgoers.”
Plaintiff’s attorney, Steve Kherkher, wrote: “Defendants failed to properly plan and safely conduct the concert.
“Instead, they deliberately ignored the extreme risks of harming concert-goers and, in some cases, actively encouraged and fomented dangerous behaviors.”
Alongside Drake, Scott was also accused of “inciting chaos” during Friday night’s incident.
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