Travis Scott opened up about how Kris Jenner “held him down” during Kylie’s delivery
If you’re a reality TV fan, then you’re likely aware that Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott (aka mom and dad to baby Stormi) are arguably the cutest couple in the entire Kar-Jenner extended universe. And we just learned the most relatable and hilarious detail about the day Kylie gave birth—specifically about how family matriarch Kris Jenner helped Travis through the delivery process.
In a November 12th appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Travis mentioned that he'd never been in a delivery room before the day his daughter was born. "She [Kris] held me down because it was so scary," he said. "It's like this thing called like the placenta that I've just been hearing about. Oh my God. So, I was fearful of that, but I cut the umbilical cord, and she held it down—Mama KJ. She's the best, man."
We get it, Travis. The birthing process for a first-time parent is scary AF, and we’re just glad that mama Kris was there to guide you. The rapper also opened up about how it felt to hold Stormi in his arms for the very first time.
"Going into it I was, like, nervous and scared," he said. "You know, we were just both, like, young. But when you first have a baby in your arms, it's just, like, it's uncontrollable. It's like this whole, like, warp that takes over your whole body. I never thought I could just, like, love something so hard, you know? It's crazy."
Travis also revealed that Stormi is basically a tiny ball of energy right now, and that he’s a major Broadway fan—he might even write a whole play around his next album. Yes, please!