Kourtney Kardashian flaunts cleavage in revealing top after she's ripped over ‘disgusting’ posts amid Astroworld deaths

KOURTNEY Kardashian flaunted her cleavage in a revealing top after upsetting fans over her apparent lack of awareness over the Astroworld tragedy.

The reality star has continued to post sultry photos to social media despite the fatal incident at the festival last week.


Kourtney, 42, took to her Instagram Stories to share a couple of mirror shots of herself modeling a black strappy bra and black skirt.

In one snap, the star stood under the spotlight in her closet to pose for the selfie in her bare feet.

She included the caption: "omg @stassibaby am I doing the top right?," calling out her sister Kylie Jenner's BFF.

She then zoomed in for a second pic where she covered her face with her hair, opting for a black and white filter.

The KUWTK alum later shared younger sister Kim's snap of the siblings out with Kourtney's fiancee Travis Barker and family friend La La Anthony.

Kourtney's cleavage was on full display in a tight gray corsett with half arm sleeves and black pants.

Earlier this week, the Poosh founder took to the platform to promote her lifestyle brand wearing much more conservative attire.

The E! star donned a stunning white nightgown, which was unbuttoned at the collar. 

She slipped under the covers of a grand-sized bed as her long black hair flowed down the sleeves of her arm. 

The caption stated: "Under $50 morning essentials."

The last time Kourtney promoted Poosh, she posed in lingerie with black gloves and was holding a drink in her hand.

The caption read: "Your Poosh-Approved Christmas List."

ANGRY FANS

Unfortunately, Keeping Up With the Kardashian's fans jumped to Reddit to voice their frustration over the TV star's apparent lack of awareness.

One person wrote: "God, maybe take a break from posting your vapid crap for a day, Kourtney? You know, in light of what YOUR FAMILY is connected to?

"Edit: she's not responsible, duh, but this is tone-deaf as f**k."

Another person chimed in: "Yes, this is disgusting of her."

A third critic added: "Does anyone expect anything more from Kourtney?"

HORRIFIC INCIDENT

Nine people have died and hundreds more were hurt during the opening night of the Astroworld Festival while Travis Scott – who is expecting a second child with Kourtney's little sister Kylie – was performing.

The crowd reportedly surged toward the stage while the rapper performed at the third annual Astroworld Festival at NRG Park in Houston.

Officials in Texas claim the crowd started to "compress towards the front of the stage" around 9.15pm, which caused panic to erupt.

Following the tragic event, members of the Kardashian family have been slammed for seemingly ignoring what happened.

MORE FAMILY BACKLASH

Khloe Kardashian, 37, was also called out for posting a sexy selfie with Scott Disick, 38, from the same night as the concert.

Wearing a black high-neck top, Khloe pouted at the camera while Scott put his arm around her.

The mom of one wrote above the photo: "About last night……"

However, Khloe's fans were disappointed with the post and the "insincere" caption, as the photo was from the night of the concert.

One shocked follower wrote: "The caption she put was literally the most insincere s**t ever. Sorry you had the time of your life while people were dying at your sister's baby daddy's concert."

Another wrote: "The extent of the vanity never ceases to surprise me."

A third raged: "Khloe’s head was literally like no thoughts only good pic."

SLAMMING TRAVIS

Even Kourtney's fiancé Travis, 45 has felt the wrath of angry fans as they deemed his Instagram post as "insensitive."

The Blink-182 drummer shared a photo with his kids Alabama, 15, Landon, 18, and stepdaughter Atiana De La Hoya, 22, dressed up in their Halloween costumes 

Fans slammed the rock for the “so cringe” post after the recent tragedy.

An angry fan ranted: "No sympathy, no empathy. Money and more money that’s all these idiots are about.”

Another angry fan added: “As a performer, with millions of kids that attended your shows, why so quiet about those lives lost on November 5th? Regardless of mother dearest warning you all to stfu.”



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