The healing properties of "Baby Shark" appear to be at work once again.
Travis Scott, who was recently spotted throwing down to "Baby Shark" at the club, is now being reported by the usual suspects as wanting nothing to do with the rumored Jordyn Woods/Tristan Thompson happenings that are presently a central part of the media onslaught division of the Kardashian-Jenner machine.
Jenner/Scott sources are cited in a downright riveting TMZ piece published Thursday as saying that Scott is stoked to be on the road with ASTROWORLD at the moment. Scott, per these sources, wants to avoid getting "caught in the quicksand of controversy." Of course, Scott is also said to be totally supportive of Kylie Jenner in all this but ultimately has nothing invested in the fight or feud or general disagreement or whatever you want to call what's reportedly been going on in recent weeks.
Scott's certainly busy, what with that aforementioned "Baby Shark" moment and the ongoing second leg of his massively successful tour in support of the Grammy-nominated ASTROWORLD. The amusement park themes of the album and tour have amazingly inspired local Houston leaders to work on bringing a new park back to the area. During a recent tour stop in the city, Scott was joined by Mayor Sylvester Turner for a special message to fans announcing exactly that.
"This would not be a city project but would encourage the use of private money and developers," a rep for Turner later explained of the amusement park push.