Travis Scott's jet lands back in LA after Houston mansion surrounded by protesters in wake of Astroworld tragedy

AFTER the tragedy at Astroworld festival, Travis Scott stayed in his Houston mansion for more than a week, but it's reported that he his jet has landed in California, leaving protestors outside his Texas home.

Reports indicate that the rapper's private jet left Houston and landed in California, where girlfriend Kylie Jenner and daughter Stormi await.

The flight comes after protestors swarmed Scott's Houston mansion, where the star has maintained 24-hour security and at least five security guards since the tragedy. 

Protestors have been spotted outside Scott's home since the tragic stampede, holding signs that say "TRAVIS SCOTT LIVES HERE" or listing the people who should be "held accountable" for the nine deaths reported from the festival.

Scott's legal team, headed by high-powered attorney Neal Manne, has been spotted arriving at the $14million mansion.

It's believed that Kylie, 24, and their daughter Stormi, three, left under the cover of darkness sometime on November 12.

"Kylie and her team waited until it was late and left the house in blacked-out cars heading for the airport," a source told The Sun.

"They didn't want anyone to see them," the source added.

Kylie and Stormi both attended the Astroworld festival, seated in a safe location away from the crowd.

Scott says he'll cover the funeral costs of the eight victims who died in the violent crowds of his Astroworld concert following a rush of lawsuits from surviving victims.

Scott, whose real name is Jacques Bermon Webster II, will also refund the cost of all tickets.

A crowd of 50,000 showed up on Friday, November 5, for the festival which sold out within an hour of tickets going live in May.

But before 10pm, a "mass casualty event" was underway, injuring hundreds and killing nine.

Scott released a statement on November 6 regarding the incident.

"I'm absolutely devastated by what took place last night," he wrote in a message posted on his Twitter page.

"My prayers go out to the families and all those impacted by what happened at Astroworld Festival," he wrote.

"Houston PD has my total support as they continue to look into the tragic loss of life.

"I am committed to working together with the Houston community to heal and support the families in need," he continued.

"Thank you to Houston PD, Fire Department and NRG Park for their immediate response and support," he concluded.

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