Thursday, September 24, 2020

Did Kylie Jenner And Travis Scott Really Call It Quits?

Did Kylie Jenner And Travis Scott Really Call It Quits?

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Makeup mogul, Kylie Jenner is known to be dating rapper Travis Scott for a while now and the two even have a baby, little Stormi Webster. Despite being a family, however, no news has surfaced regarding the two getting married and many have found it a little strange. Now, TMZ claims that Jenner and Scott have officially called it quits.

The couple are usually no strangers to the limelight but according to photos, Jenner and Stormi attended Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin’s wedding sans Scott. Has the Jenner-Scott ship sunk?

TMZ reports that “they’ve been trying to make the relationship work for a while, but several weeks ago they decided to step away – at least for now. Worth noting…Kylie hasn’t posted anything with Travis since Sept. 10.”

Do you think the two are really over? Or are they just going through a rough patch?

Check out the full article here.

Photo Credit: Kylie Jenner Official Instagram

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