On Saturday night, Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner were out and about in the city of Los Angeles, Page Six reported. The 22-year-old Jenner and the Astroworld artist, who share a 2-year-old daughter together named Stormi, were spotted walking out of The Nice Guy separately.
Jenner, who was wearing black heels and a black jacket, walked out of the venue while shielding her face whereas the 28-year-old rapper, Scott, was rocking a black t-shirt and black pants. Travis was spotted getting into a car while holding up a bottle to cover his face.
Fans of the couple know they first kicked off their romance in April 2017 and they had their first daughter together, Stormi, approximately a year later. However, in October of last year, Jenner confirmed that she and Scott had called it off.
On her Twitter account, Kylie said she and Travis were “on great terms” and their main priority was their daughter, Stormi. Later Jenner shared her love for her former boyfriend with a birthday tribute, sparking rumors of a reconciliation.
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DADA 🤍 happy birthday to daddy of the year! i’m slowly but surely starting to accept the fact that storm is a daddy’s girl. 😫 but whatever. we went half on greatness! the most beautiful, smart, loving and funny little baby. the best gift. ok i’m crying. love you forever! @travisscott
Jenner said on her account that she was bummed to see her daughter was becoming a “daddy’s girl,” but regardless, she said she was just happy that she and the Astroworld artist “went half” on “greatness.” Travis and Kylie reportedly spent some time together during the pandemic as well.
The rapper made a brief cameo in one of her TikTok videos. Things became complicated when Drake and Kylie Jenner were rumored to be dating as well. The pair were spotted hanging out at a number of events, and the rumors intensified when a song came out saying that he had “20 Kylie’s.”
A source who spoke with Us Magazine not long after said that Kylie didn’t care much about the leaked song that used her name. Even Drake addressed the social media frenzy. The Toronto artist used his social media to explain that the song came out a while ago, but it was scrapped.
Drake said he didn’t want to cause any undue respect to any of his contemporaries and friends.