Kourtney Kardashian urges fans to 'spread the love' after she’s slammed over ‘disgusting’ posts amid Astroworld tragedy

KOURTNEY Kardashian urged her fans to "spread the love" after she was slammed over her "disgusting" posts amid the Astroworld tragedy.

Nine people have lost their lives due to the shocking incident which occurred at NRG Park in Houston, Texas.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians alum, 42, took to her Instagram Stories to share a snap of four Post-it notes that made out the sentence: "Let's spread the love."

Kourtney also used the Story to promote her company, Poosh.

However, the mother of three has been in hot water lately, as she has been called various harsh names due to her posts following Travis Scott's concert.

The controversy kicked off when Kourtney took to social media to share an ad about her company, which showed her in lingerie with black gloves and holding a drink.

Over the snap, the words, "Your Poosh-Approved Christmas List," were written.

People were not happy at all as they took to Reddit to voice their frustration over the reality star's seemingly 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."

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Another chimed in: "Yes, this is disgusting of her," while one added, "does anyone expect anything more from Kourtney?"

That didn't stop Kourtney from sharing more posts as she then relaxed in bed for a sexy photo and then flaunted her cleavage in a black strappy bra and matching skirt.


Nine people have died and hundreds more were hurt during the opening night ofthe Astroworld festival on November 5th.

The crowd reportedly surged toward the stage while the rapper performed, as officials claimed the large group started to "compress towards the front of the stage" around 9.15pm, which caused panic to erupt.

Houston Fire Chief Samuel Peña said at the time a "mass casualty incident" was triggered at 9:38 pm and investigations are ongoing.

Following the tragic event, others members of the Kardashian family have been slammed for their posts, especially Kourtney's sister Khloe.


Just two days after the incident, Khloe, 37, took to her social media to share a sexy selfie alongside Scott Disick.

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……"

"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," a fan responded.

Khloe would then share snaps of herself in a sheer bodysuit, which brought more backlash.

Travis, 30, and his baby mama Kylie Jenner would both respond following the event, as the makeup mogul said they were both "broken and devastated."

Kylie, 24, has stayed away from sharing anything else on social media since her response.

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