Khloe Kardashian steps out in nude Fendi x Skims bodysuit to film family's Hulu show just days after Astroworld tragedy

KHLOE Kardashian showed off her curves in a figure-hugging catsuit during an outing on Wednesday.

The 37-year-old was spotted leaving JOEY restaurant in Woodland Hills dressed in head-to-toe Fendi x SKIMS.

It came two days after sister Kim, 41, launched her SKIMS collaboration with the designer label.

Khloe was reportedly filming some scenes with by BFF Malika Haqq for the family's upcoming Hulu show.

Several members of the Kardashian-Jenner clan have continued to post online and have been called "tone deaf" after the fatal concert Kylie Jenner's baby daddy Travis Scott performed at on Friday.

On Monday, Khloe seemed oblivious to the backlash as she shared three photos showing her posing in a sexy sheer bodysuit.

The mom-of-one captioned the post with three animal themed emojis.

Khloe looked super glam in a sheer dress with graphic print layered over a skimpy bodysuit.


The reality star, who has been slammed for photoshopping her posts in the past, got some serious backlash in the comments from fans "disgusted" by the timing of her post after the tragic event.

One outraged fan wrote: "How can you even post after the AstroWorld, so UNCARING."

Another upset Instagram user posted: "it’s absolutely horrifying she’s done this, i don’t even live in the us and i’ve been crying still traumatized and she posts this f***ing smiley photo im so disgusted i could scream."

"Deflection…they know exactly what they're doing…every appearance and post is orchestrated and calculated."

One person wrote simply: "People are dead, Khloe."

"Your brother in law is involved in a mass casualty tragedy and you're posting thirst traps? Bye" came another post.

It came after Khloe was slammed for posting a selfie with Scott Disick from the concert and captioned it: "About last night."

Nine people died and hundreds were injured in a horrifying stampede at NRG Park on Friday evening.

Officials in Texas said the crowd began to "compress towards the front of the stage" at around 9.15pm, sparking panic.

On Monday it emerged that Scott played for more than 30 minutes after his Astroworld festival was declared a mass casualty incident.

Houston Fire Chief Samuel Peña said the event was declared a "mass casualty" at 9:38pm.

The New York Times and The Houston Chronicle say Scott was still on stage at 10:15pm. Reuters report 10:10pm.

Scott had briefly stopped the show at 9:42pm, calling for help for a concertgoer who had passed out. He then resumed the show, Insider reports.

Despite the devastating event, several members of the KUWTK clan failed to acknowledge the innocent deaths.

Kourtney was slammed for promoting her lifestyle website Poosh on Instagram just hours later.


Travis' girlfriend Kylie Jenner said they did not know what had happened while her partner performed.

She wrote: "I want to make it clear we weren't aware of any fatalities until the news came out after the show and in no world would have continued filming or performing."

Footage posted online shows fans screaming for help, with one concert-goer yelling: "There is someone dead in there." Other chant: "Stop the Show."

It is not clear if officials could hear those pleas. There have been no arrests in connection with the incident.

Victims of the tragedy include 21-year-old student Axel Acosta and schoolboy John Hilgert, who was just 14.

Student Franco Patiño, 21, Danish Baig, 27, Brianna Rodriguez, 16, Jacob Jurinek, Madison Dubiski, 23,  and Rudy Peña, 23, are also among the victims.

Travis, Drake, and Astroworld festival organizers Live Nation are now reportedly being sued for damages following the fatal tragedy.

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