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Travis Scott posts picture of daughter Stormi after returning to social media in wake of Astroworld deaths... while Kylie Jenner prepares to give birth

By Dailymail.com Reporter

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Travis Scott shared a picture of his daughter Stormi on Instagram on Saturday after returning to social media following the Astroworld tragedy.

The 30-year-old rapper, who posted a portrait of himself on New Year's Eve, followed up with a snap of the three-year-old he shares with Kylie Jenner on New Years Day. 

The toddler was dressed in a $1,290 Gucci tweed coat. 

Scott appears to be gearing up for a return to the spotlight two months after the devastating Astroworld disaster on November 5. 

New Year's post: Travis Scott shared a picture of his daughter Stormi on Instagram on Saturday

His on-again girlfriend Jenner, 24, is also increasing her presence on social media - she posted pictures of her baby bump on New Year's Eve around the same time Travis updated his account.

She is due to give birth to their second child in the coming weeks. 

She wrote: 'As 2022 is approaching i've been reflecting on this last year and the blessings that it brought but also the many heartaches it held. i will never forget this year and all the significant changes it made to my life. I pray this new year is filled with a lot of love for all of you and i hope everyone stays safe and healthy during this time.' 

A total of 10 people were killed following a crowd surge at the rapper's music festival in Houston, Texas, and last month medical examiners released documents confirming their causes of death. Jenner and their daughter were both in attendance at the festival.

In all cases, the cause of death was ruled as 'compression asphyxia',with one victim also having another cause of death listed as 'combined toxic effects of cocaine, methamphetamine and ethanol'.

Back on Instagram: The rapper returned to social media on New Years Eve with a portrait of himself alongside the caption: 'Always'

Compression asphyxia occurs when respiration is prevented due to external pressure on the body and is usually caused by force compressing the chest and abdomen.

Nine people – Jacob Jurinek, 21, John Hilgert, 14, Brianna Rodriguez, 16, Franco Patiño, 21, Axel Acosta, 21, Rudy Peña, 23, Madison Dubiski, 23, Danish Baig, 27, and Bharti Shahani, 22 – were initially have confirmed to have died after the crowd 'began to compress' to the front of the stage during Travis' set.

Over a week later, a nine-year-old boy named Ezra Blount also passed away as a result of his injuries sustained during the surge after spending several days in a medically induced coma.

Kylie's back too: His on-again girlfriend is also increasing her presence on social media - she posted pictures of her baby bump on New Year's Eve around the same time Travis updated his account

Following the tragedy, the families of several victims have pursued legal action against Travis, as well as Live Nation, the company who organised the event.

In November, 282 victims of the concert filed a $2 billion lawsuit against Scott, Drake, Live Nation, Apple Music and NRG Stadium — where the event was held — claiming they 'cut corners, cut costs, and put attendees at risk'.

While a further 125 victims — including the family of 21-year-old Axel Acosta Avila who died in the incident — filed a $750 million lawsuit for loss of mental and physical health and loss of human life.

There was also a lawsuit from two concert security guards — Jackson Bush and his uncle Samuel Bush — who are seeking $1 million after claiming organisers of the event put 'greed' before safety.

And the family of the tragedy's second-youngest victim, 14-year-old John Hilgert, have also filed their own lawsuit against Travis, organisers Live Nation, and several others involved in the concert for $1 million, citing 'gross negligence' and 'reckless disregard' for people's safety.

A total of 10 people were killed following a crowd surge at the rapper's music festival in Houston, Texas. The rapper is seen here on stage during the show on November 5 

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