In an attempt to change the conversation over Travis Scott’s Super Bowl halftime show scandal, Kylie Jenner has decided to share a cute video of Stormi Webster taking her first steps.
In the brief clip, Stormi, who will be one in early February, can be seen holding Kylie’s hand as she takes her first steps. The video surfaced just days after Nick Cannon slammed Travis’ decision to perform at the Super Bowl.
Travis lied and claimed he spoke to activist Colin Kaepernick before accepting the gig. Nick said: “The people you choose to interact with. The people you choose to procreate with… That decision wasn’t for the culture.”
Mariah Carey’s ex-husband added: “I call it cultural equity. We not mad at Big Boi…he’s for the people. But someone like Travis Scott, he gotta walk more gingerly. It’s more about truly having the integrity to who you are in your music and your art form.”
A source told Hollywood Life that Travis could care less about the diss and added: “Nick should get in line behind everyone else that is having beef with Travis. Travis doesn’t care what Nick has to say about him. He does care that he talked about Kylie. That wasn’t cool. To Travis, the Super Bowl halftime show is an opportunity that not many people get to do. He is performing for him.”
The family friend added: “It is an amazing achievement, and he is making sure that he is separating himself from the controversy of Colin Kaepernick and just doing the performance for himself and his fans and he hopes people enjoy it for what it is meant to achieve.”
Travis and Kaepernick are not friends, according to his girlfriend, Nessa Diab, who tweeted: “There is NO mutual respect, and there is NO understanding for anyone working against [Colin].”
A different source told Hollywood Life: “Nick is more focused on Colin Kaepernick and what it says about Travis doing the show that goes against everything Colin is fighting for.”
Travis is probably hoping to take his career to new heights with this performance and could care less about activism.