Kylie Jenner’s video of Stormi at Astroworld before 8 people died

Kylie Jenner posted video of Stormi, her 3-year-old daughter, watching dad Travis Scott perform at Astroworld’s opening night shortly before a crowd surge that left eight people dead and many more injured.

The short clip appeared on 24-year-old Jenner’s Instagram story Friday night showing the back of her and Scott’s daughter wearing protective headphones and putting her hands up in the air as the “Sicko Mode” rapper performed for thousands of concertgoers.

Stormi Webster at Astroworld
Stormi Webster was 3 years old when Travis Scott performed at Astroworld just before eight people were shot in the crowd.
Kylie Jenner/Instagram

Jenner, who is currently pregnant with her and Scott’s second child, was joined by her sister, Kendall Jenner, and several members of Scott’s family in what appeared to be an elevated VIP section overlooking the massive crowd and stage areas.

Page Six reached out for comment on everyone’s well being but have not yet heard back from reps.

People reported Stormi and her sisters, Jenner, safe on Saturday morning.

A picture of Stormi Webster's name on a trailer door at Astroworld
Kylie Jenner posted the photo on her IG Story, suggesting Stormi might have her own trailer at Astroworld.
Kylie Jenner/Instagram

Earlier in the night Jenner posted a photo of a trailer door with Stormi’s name on it, suggesting their daughter had her very own production trailer backstage.

The aforementioned tragedy occurred at approximately 9:15 p.m. when the crowd started to “compress” towards the front of the stage at Houston’s NRG Arena, as previously reported by The Post.

Chaos ensued, leaving even first responders and medics completely “overwhelmed.”

Kylie Jenner taking a mirror selfie while pregnant with her second child
Kylie Jenner brought her toddler daughter with her to Astroworld, along with Kendall Jenner, her older sister.
Kylie Jenner/Instagram

“People started to fall out, become unconscious and it created additional panic,”  Houston Fire Chief Samuel Peña said during a press conference on Saturday.

According to authorities, at most 23 people were rushed into the hospital, including one 10-year-old boy. The field hospital set up for the festival treated around 300 people.

Even worse, Scott performed as ambulances moved through the crowd while medics did CPR on victims on the ground.

Another video Scott pausing his performanceFinally, he spotted an ambulance in the audience. He points to the flashing lights and asks, “What the f–k is that?”

A moment later he asks the crowd if they are “good” to put their “middle fingers” up, which they do, so Scott launches back into performance mode.

It remains unclear where Kylie, Stormi and Kendall — and even if they knew what was happening — were when the tragedy unfolded.

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