Kylie Jenner returned to Instagram after Travis Scott’s Astroworld tragedy, promoting her mother’s new song.
Kylie Jenner returned to social media after a seven-week hiatus after Travis Scott’s deadly Astroworld Festival in November.
Jenner, 24, took to Instagram on Christmas Eve to share a post about her mother Kris Jenner’s new version of “Jingle Bells,” which the mom released with Kourtney Kardashian and her fiancé Travis Barker.
“Happy Christmas Eve,” the CEO of Kylie Cosmetics captioned the post on Friday. He also posted a photo promoting his mother’s holiday jingle on his Instagram story.
Several of Kylie Jenner’s 293 million Instagram followers flocked to the comment section to welcome her to the platform.
“We miss you and Stormi, Kylie!” A fan commented. “YES, GO BACK,” wrote a second person, and a third added, “Welcome back Kylie.” Another concerned fan asked, “How is Travis?”
Jenner last posted to her Instagram account in early November when she attended a baseball game with her 4-year-old daughter Stormi, whom she shares with Scott, and her sister Kendall Jenner.
“Don’t cry in softball !!!” she had captioned the post before walking away on social media.