Their relationship may be confusing to fans, but what Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott have “really isn’t that complicated.” An insider exclusively tells In Touch that, whether or not the parents are currently involved, their romance “just evolved into something else.” The source explained, “They love each other, and they love Stormi. It works for them, and, at the end of the day, that’s all that matters.”
If viewers want answers, though, they have no further to turn than nephew Mason Disick’s since-deleted Instagram Live. Kourtney Kardashian’s son took to the social media site to chat with his followers and spill the tea on his famous family. As it turns out, he might’ve spilled a little too much when he blabbed on March 24 that Travis, 27, and Kylie, 22, are “not back together,” despite social media clues to the contrary.
“If Kylie and Travis’ relationship status was supposed to be secret, someone forgot to inform Mason,” a second source told In Touch about the minor Kardashian scandal. “Everyone [had] a good laugh about it.” That doesn’t mean Mason, 10, didn’t get a talking to about what is “OK to discuss on social media and what [is] off-limits,” however. The celebrity kid was given “a refresher course” from his relatives — and his Instagram account has already been shut down.
Despite that, the source says things won’t be changing too much for Stormi’s mom and dad. The “Sicko Mode” rapper will still be making trips to the Kardashian family homes in order to spend time with his daughter. On March 24, he even shared a video of a daddy-daughter date where he did just that. On the basketball court at aunt Kim Kardashian’s house, Travis and the toddler worked on their dribbling and three-point shots. “[Their relationship status] doesn’t mean you won’t be seeing Kylie and Travis together,” the source explains. “Stormi loves her daddy and Kylie would never deny him that.”
At the end of the day, the parents only want what’s best for their daughter. “They’re just being careful because they have to think about Stormi,” a third source told In Touch in early March. “They don’t want to get back together and then break up, so instead, they’re taking it slow and trying to work out their differences.”
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