Kylie Jenner And Ex Travis Scott Reunite To Spend Easter Weekend With Daughter Stormi; This VIDEO Is Proof

Looks like Kylie Jenner and her ex Travis Scott spent Easter weekend together with their daughter Stormi, check out the video clips!

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Kylie Jenner And Ex Travis Scott Reunite To Spend Easter Weekend With Daughter Stormi; This VIDEO Is Proof
Kylie Jenner and her ex Travis Scott were once one of the most loved and popular couples in Hollywood. However, after their breakup, the two have been committed to co-parenting their daughter Stormi Webster. They often get together on special events for their little munchkin. Of late, there have been rumours and reports on the Internet that they got back together. While that may or may not be true, it looks like Travis Scott did spend the Easter weekend with Kylie and their daughter Stormi at Kris Jenner’s house in Palm Springs.

It was over the weekend that Travis Scott took to his Instagram to share a video of Stormi dancing to Daft Punk’s song One More Time by the swimming pool. The rapper spent some quality time with his daughter while she was seen jumping around with joy as she was about to take a dip in the pool. At the same time, Kylie also shared a few snaps with Stormi. If that wasn’t proof enough, Kylie also shared a few video clips of how she spent her Sunday. She was seen preparing a pizza in the kiln, and Travis’ voice could be heard in one of the video clips.

In one of the videos, Kris tries to get the pizza out of the oven, and she tells Kylie she thinks she should just leave it alone. Travis then asks from the background, “Is it hot?” Check out the video clips:


Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott began dating in 2017, and welcomed their daughter in February 2018. They broke up in October 2019, but have been co-parenting their baby girl Stormi.





Image Source: Instagram/travisscott/kyliejenner/kyliesnapchat
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