Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner are on the cover of GQ Magazine and she’s asking her boyfriend/baby daddy 23 questions about her, Stormi and more… Check out flicks from their photo shoot below. The couple talks love, making it work and if the Kardashian curse is real..
Kylie talks how her and Travis met, she states that they never really went on an official date, she says that they don’t go on dates… They were at Coachella—neither can remember where, exactly, they first met—and the whole thing just turned into a hang that went well.
On the Kardashian Curse:
Are you worried at all about falling victim to the Kardashian Curse?
I don’t even be looking at motherfuckers. I don’t be looking at shit. Kylie actually likes me for me.
Were you nervous at all about that?
Man, hell nah. Nervous for what? 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.
You seem to be impervious to a lot of things. When was the last time you cried?
When my daughter was born. As soon as I heard her crying…
Were you in the room the entire time?
[He snaps to.] Hell yeah! It was crazy. I was there through the hell…the epidural and shit. Crazy.
I later ask Kylie about my theory on the curse. It isn’t a surprise to her.
People say you and your sisters destroy the men in your lives. But my theory is, maybe it’s just extremely difficult to fly this close to the sun. You were built for this level of celebrity—Travis and the other men weren’t.
That’s exactly what it is. They come and can’t handle it.
How do you make sure that Travis doesn’t burn out?
Well, for all the news stories, it’s how I get over them so fast. Trav, for example, he’s like, ‘Wait…but how do you just get over this?’ He gets more angry about things. It’s not just him. It’s Jordyn [Kylie’s best friend] who I’ve seen affected. It’s everyone around us that aren’t used to it. And we’re just like, “Oh, that’ll go away in a day.” I know these stories aren’t going to matter, so don’t even let them affect you, you know? I think you’re correct. But it’s not just men—it’s friends, it’s people who come and just don’t know how to handle it. It’s the negative. There’s a lot of people who love us, but there’s also a huge handful of people who don’t like us.
Read full interview here…