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Being in a relationship is actually, like, not a combination bore-and-chore when the vibe is right. Just ask Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner, current GQ cover stars and a model for how to look fucking 🔥together in front of the whole world at all times.
"I don't even be looking at motherfuckers," Scott told Mark Anthony Green when asked about one of stupid people's favorite pastimes: Kardashian kurse theories. "I don't be looking at shit. Kylie actually likes me for me . . . I'm on my own island. So hey, come over there to AstroWorld. I'm not into all the other shit. I don't get involved. I'm over here. Kylie is different."
For Kylie, the kurse nonsense is more a matter of how difficult it allegedly is to exist within their level of celebrity and fame. To make sure Scott, who isn't the biggest fan of the constant spotlight, doesn't get exhausted by it, the couple—who recently welcomed their first child, Stormi, together—keeps a lot of their romantic life private.
"I don't think he's really cool with it, but he deals with it, because we love each other and we have a family," Jenner, whose $900 million empire was recently detailed by Forbes, said. "For sure, I know he doesn't like the attention. That's why we just go the extra mile to keep our relationship super private, or like, if he has events or something, I won't come. Because I want him to do his own thing. I want him to be him."
Elsewhere, Scott’s portion of the interview is briefly interrupted by a FaceTime call from Kanye West and Kid Cudi, who were in the middle of last-minute Kids See Ghosts sessions at the time. Their request? A verse for the seven-track album, which Scott is "excited but not ecstatic" about laying down, as he's very much in the AstroWorld zone these days. Of course we now know the verse ultimately didn't make the final cut, a huge drag considering Scott's love for/collaborative history with both 'Ye and Cudi.
As for what to expect with the long-awaited AstroWorld, Scott doesn't offer much here in the way of actual details. "I'm just anxious to drop my baby," Scott said, adding that the new album "touches home base."
For the full GQ piece, including insight on how Scott and Jenner's relationship blossomed thanks to Coachella and more, a click in this general area should provide you with what you need. Up top, watch Scott take "The Kylie Quiz."