Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott may no longer be together romantically, they are still making it work as friends and co-parents to their 2-year-old daughter, Stormi. Jenner wished her baby daddy happy birthday on Instagram, sharing a number of snaps of them with Stormi.
“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”
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In February, Jenner opened up to Harper’s Bazaar about the state of her relationship with Scott, explaining that their focus was on Stormi instead of their past romantic drama.
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“We have such a great relationship. We’re like best friends. We both love Stormi and want what’s best for her. We stay connected and coordinated.
I think about [my parents] in situations with Stormi, what they would do. They were very hands-on with me, and I want the same for Stormi.”
Ultimately, they were able to put aside their breakup in order to be there for Stormi as parents.
“They’ve been fighting again but have still seen each other within this last month. They fight over ridiculous things and Kylie can be very skeptical about Travis. Travis has been stressed with dropping new music.”
After the split, Scott moved out of Jenner’s house and moved into his own place nearby so he could still see Stormi frequently.
“Travis has been staying at his house in Beverly Hills and Kylie has been allowing him to see Stormi. She would never take that away from him.”
The friendly exes are doing ok now, and a source told Entertainment Tonight that they are still extremely close and aren’t ruling out a potential reunion.
“Kylie and Travis truly enjoy one another and are in love, but it can often be hard navigating their lives at such a young age. The couple needed to take a step back to reevaluate many things, but in doing so, they are better now than ever.”
Could these two find their way back to each other or are they better off as platonic co-parents?