Travis Scott is the last person most people would think of when it comes to sympathetic figures. For Kylie Jenner, that is not the case. Screenrant has reported that Jenner is offering a comforting presence for Travis Scott as he deals with the legal, moral, and ethical rammifications of his involvement in a concert that turned into a M.A.S.H. unit.

A source told Fox News that Kylie is devastated by what took place. She’s been there for Travis every day as the two try to work through their apparent grief.

“Kylie has been devastated by the tragedy at Astroworld and has been doing everything she can to support Travis in all the emotions he is dealing with on a day-to-day basis.”

They also said that Travis is in a constant state of shock over the ordeal. Kylie has gone silent on her normally busy social media pages. The couple have been laying low.

Travis Scott faces lawsuits worth upwards of $750 million for damages defendants say Scott’s lack of planning and encouragement of rowdy behavior caused. The suits include several other big names, such as Drake, Live Nation, and Apple Music. There isn’t a lot Kylie Jenner can do other than be there.

Ten people have died so far after a stampede-like crowd rush that left concertgoers trampled underfoot. Travis Scott appeared to egg them on at moments. His history suggests he frequently encourages violent crowd behavior. Now, he is locked inside his home pondering the mess that sits before him.

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Michael Perry

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