Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Kylie Jenner has been blasted by followers online for sharing photos from Travis Scott's concert.
The snaps she shared on social media, as the event was unfolding, show an ambulance cart trying to push its way through overcrowded fans.
Eight people are dead with fears hundreds more are injured after a crush and stampeded at Astroworld Festival on Friday night.
The rest of the festival has now been scrapped after fans pushed towards the stage yesterday.
29-year-old Travis was performing on stage in Houston's NRG Park, when a surge pushed the crowd forward, with witnesses saying they 'couldn't breathe' and people were being trampled on.
Scott's pregnant girlfriend Kylie, who is expecting their second child together, shared a video panning the crowd from the festival yesterday night.
However, among the wave of people, an emergency vehicle desperately trying to make its way through can be seen in the background.
The makeup mogul and their daughter Stormi Webster watched the musician perform in front of the huge crowd.
Other clips she shared included a special trailer behind the scenes with Stormi's name on the door.
In another snap, she and Stormi join the crowd for the show but appear to not be near the stage where the chaos took place.
But many called the video tasteless.
One follower wrote: “Omg I literally can’t, Kylie posted an Instagram story of the concert and you can CLEARLY SEE THE PARAMEDICS TRYING TO GET THROUGH LIKE WTF."
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“I know it’s not her fault, but Kylie Jenner storying this video at #ASTROWORLDFest as a literal EMT car rolls thru the crowd as the show continues on is so incredibly dystopian,” another person wrote.
“Kylie Jenner posting an Instagram story at Astroworld as a medic car is transporting bodies something is wrong with that woman,” said one user.
Police claim a security guard was injected in his neck moments before a stampede busted through the gate earlier that day.
Disturbing clips online from the concert show people lying unconscious in the middle of the crowd as the rapper continues his set.
Some guests were shouting "stop the show", with hundreds chanting for the concert to pause while the injured were looked after.
Officials believe 50,000 people attended and the rush began after Travis started his set after 9pm.
Among those that died, a teenager also lost their life, with police saying on Saturday night a 10-year-old child was fighting for their life in hospital.
17 people were rushed to hospital, with 11 who were in cardiac arrest, and reports of 300 people seeking medical treatment for minor injuries.
Travis spoke for the first time the day after the event, claiming they were working on identifying the victim's families so they can 'help' them.
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