Kylie Jenner is making her way on to yet another household magazine, except this time it’s GQ rather than Forbes. The reality star and the father of her child, Travis Scott, graced the latest issue, and in the cover story, they talked about their relatively under-the-radar relationship.
In addition to talking about how they first met, as well as how their lives have changed since becoming parents to a young daughter, the biggest moment during the interview, and definitely the most interesting, was when they both addressed the legendary “Kardashian curse.”
As you may know, people online like to point out that men who date the Kardashians or the Jenners suddenly have bad luck at some point. Because of this, fans call the subsequent bad luck, the “Kardashian curse.”
While some might be bothered by the mean comments, Kylie Jenner is used to being in the spotlight and has dealt with mean commenters her entire life, so for her, it’s nothing new.
The writer, Mark Anthony Green, made a comment in the cover story that it was “extremely difficult to fly close to the sun.” Jenner said that is exactly what it is. They just “can’t handle it.”
According to Kylie, Travis doesn’t really like all of the attention and cruel remarks, but he has learned how to deal with it for the most part. The 20-year-old makeup maven said that love each other, and they “have a family.”
Kylie said that she knows for sure that Travis doesn’t like all of that attention, so they either keep their relationship super private or if he has a concert or an event, she won’t come.
The reality star explained that she wants Travis to do his own thing, rather than have their relationship overshadow his individuality. “That’s ok because we just do our own thing,” the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star remarked.