Though makeup moghul Kylie Jenner and ex Travis Scott have decided to co-parent their daughter Stormi Weber, the couple seems no closer to reconciliation and getting back anytime soon. The latest example of it is Kylie Jenner giving a miss to the recently held Grammys 2020. Seems like Kylie has not forgiven him so far and her absence from this prestigious night confirms the same. It was just last year when the duo had walked in together at the 2019 Grammys where Travis had three nominations.
This year the rapper was nominated for his work titled The London under the Best Rap/Sung Performance. According to TMZ, a close source of the publication revealed of the duo though spend time together at Orlando, they are in no mood to patch up. The source was quoted saying, “they're no closer to getting back together or anything like that though…and it seems that's not even on the table right now.” When the news of the two heading for splitsville had hit the internet, Kylie took to her Twitter account had confirmed of the same. ALSO READ: Kylie Jenner Has A Disagreement With Her Ex; Calls Travis Scott A ‘Liar’ On Social Media
Her tweet read, “Travis and I are on great terms and our main focus right now is Stormi [sic].” She also added, “Our friendship and our daughter is a priority."
Their daughter Stormi who just turned 2, got Kylie and Travis together for time being, as the trio to mark their daughter’s birthday had taken off to Disney World. ALSO READ: Kylie Jenner Takes Stormi On Her First Trip To Disneyland; Lil Munchkin Dresses Up Like Minnie Mouse
Meanwhile, the diva is busy concentrating on her daughter’s upbringing and has her hands full with the launch of upcoming beauty products under her cosmetic line. ALSO READ: Kylie Jenner Dedicates Entire Makeup Collection To Daughter Stormi, Says ‘Waiting For This Since I Found I Was Pregnant
Image Source: Instagram/kyliejenner/travisscott
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