After the Astroworld disaster, Kris Jenner proudly displays Herm's $100,000 crocodile bag.
Kris Jenner appeared to be in the holiday spirit while out with boyfriend Corey Gamble, wearing a festive plaid suit and carrying a pricey Hermès bag.
However, in light of the tragedy at Travis Scott's Astroworld concert, many fans say this holiday season isn't as festive as previous years.
While Travis has remained quiet since the November concert in which ten people were killed and hundreds were injured when the crowd rushed the stage, Kris has embraced the spotlight and continues to flaunt her wealth and status.
On Monday, the famous Kardashian momager flaunted a coveted Hermès Black Crocodile Birkin Bag, which can fetch upwards of $100,000.
A luxury version with a diamond-encrusted exterior will cost you a whopping $488,000!
In a rare Instagram post, her daughter Kylie tried to cash in on the holiday spirit by showing off her Christmas decorations and cookies.
Last week, Kylie shared a photo of an Elf on the Shelf figure resting inside a hot air balloon decoration hanging from the fireplace on her Instagram Story.
A white stocking with the star's name hung from the fireplace ledge, and the fireplace was adorned with pine garland.
A subsequent Instagram Story photo showed a slew of gingerbread cookies, each individually wrapped in white bows.
By tagging her mother, Kris Jenner, on Instagram, Kylie hinted that the cookies were from her.
However, many fans on social media argue that now is not the time to flaunt your ostentation, as families continue to mourn the deaths from the Astroworld event.
Travis has kept a low profile since his Astroworld Festival performance, which resulted in the deaths of ten people and the injuries of many more.
Since the tragedy on November 5,2021, the rapper, 30, said in an interview with Charlamagne tha God that it's been an "emotional rollercoaster."
Travis was said to still be living in his $14 million mansion in Houston, Texas.
The effects of the concert tragedy are still being felt by Travis, whose spiked seltzer Cacti has been put on hold by Anheuser-Busch.
"After careful consideration, we have decided to cease all production and brand development of CACTI Agave Spiked Seltzer," the company announced on Friday.
"We believe that fans of the brand will appreciate and respect this decision."
The company would not say whether the decision was made because of the Astroworld tragedy, according to reports.
"Travis was clear in his interview that he is not focused on business right now and that his priority is helping his community and fans heal," Travis' rep later told the outlet. "CACTI asked AB InBev to inform their wholesalers that there will not be product at this time."
Another source claimed on Saturday that the Cacti brand isn't technically "discontinued."
Instead, distribution has been put on hold in the hopes of reintroducing the beverage in the future.
During his set at the festival last month, ten people died and hundreds were injured.
At around 9.15 p.m., the crowd began to "compress towards the front of the stage," according to Texas officials, causing panic.
At 9:38 p.m., a "mass casualty incident" was declared.
Travis also played for more than 30 minutes after the mass casualty announcement, according to reports.