Keeping Up With The Kardashian fans slam Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott’s ‘split’

Keeping Up With The Kardashians fans have slammed the reported split as they believe the break-up is fake.

Kylie Jenner , 22, and Travis Scott, 28, are said to be "taking a break" from their two-year relationship and are "single again" according to TMZ.

Fans of the make-up mogul and rapper are struggling to accept that the parents to Stormi Webster have decided to call time on their two-year relationship and are questioning if it is part of storyline to boost ratings of the Kardashians' TV series or a bid to boost Travis' upcoming album sales.

Sharing their theories online, fans took to Twitter to hit out at the reports.

One dubious fan typed: "Not y’all falling for this Kylie Travis kuwtk storyline."

"So you’re telling me kylie & travis made stormi & he got her a house full of roses for her birthday & they just… broke up?? just like that???" quizzed another.

Some speculated: "I was gonna believe kylie & travis broke up, but then i remembered he’s dropping new music friday it’s a trap y’all!!"

"My thoughts on Kylie & Travis – His album drops on Friday, common kris Jenner works in mysterious ways."

Others wrote: "This kylie & Travis breakup is so fake, don’t believe it, " and "Give it a few days and Kylie & Travis gonna post a pic together I know they didn’t break up."


On Monday, billionaire Kylie was seen at Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin's wedding in South Carolina but was notably by herself.

Sources have told TMZ that the relationship had cooled since they were last seen together in public, at the premiere of Scott's documentary, 'Look Mom, I Can Fly', in Santa Monica on August 27.

It is believed that the pair have been trying to make the relationship work for a while, but it was decided a few weeks ago that they should go their separate ways.

This would coincide with fans of the reality star questioning whether she had split from Travis after they noticed that he photo had been removed from Kylie's dressing room.


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