They broke up last month. But Kylie Jenner was in attendance at Travis Scott’s Astroworld Festival in Houston on Saturday, their daughter Stormi to watch her dad in concert. The Kylie Cosmetics mogul traveled to Scott’s hometown so his only child could attend his 2nd annual music festival. And at one point during Scott’s set, he announced to the crowd that his one-and-a-half-year-old was at the show. Adding to the family feel, he brought out Kylie’s brother-in-law Kanye West as a special guest to perform two songs.
‘Kylie flew to Houston with a group of friends. She returns to L.A. this morning,’ a source told People on Sunday.’ It was important for her to support Travis’ festival. They are still very close and often hang out with Stormi.’ Sources told TMZ that the former couple has remained friends and are making it a priority to be parenting partners, although they are not back together. The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star also had an ulterior motive to make it to the festival: she’s a huge fan of Spanish singer Rosalía, who was part of the artist lineup.
The Houston Chronicle reported that Jenner sat in the front row and could be seen dancing with what looked like friend Sofia Richie, with police and security guards in close proximity as a precaution. Rosalía even took notice and gave a sh-out out and dedicated a song to Jenner during her set. During West’s special guest appearance, he performed his 2007 hit Can’t Tell Me Nothing and his new song Follow God from his newly released studio album Jesus Is King in front of an estimated 50,000 fans.
Beforehand, three people were !nju-red and had to be hospitalized when thousands of people rushed through the entrance, knocking down a barricade to get into the festival. A video posted to Scott’s Instagram showed several attendees jumping over barricades before knocking them over altogether. ‘DA YOUTH DEM CONTROL THE FREQUENCY. EVERYONE HAVE FUN,’ he wrote in the caption. ‘RAGERS SET TONE WHEN I COME OUT TONIGHT. BE SAFE RAGE HARD. AHHHHHHHHHHH.’
The Astroworld Festival is equal parts nostalgia and a dream come true for Scott.
The event is held across the street from the former home of Astroworld, an amusement park that opened in downtown Houston in 1968 that Scott and his family and friends attended as a youngster before in closed in 2005.
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