Travis Scott’s 21-month-old daughter Stormi already seems to be following in her father’s stylish footsteps – by rocking the rapper’s signature box braids.The Sicko Mode star took to Instagram on Sunday to share a series of pictures of Stormi showing o…
Travis Scott’s 21-month-old daughter Stormi already seems to be following in her father’s stylish footsteps – by rocking the rapper’s signature box braids.
The Sicko Mode star took to Instagram on Sunday to share a series of pictures of Stormi showing off her new ‘do, writing: “Daddy’s hair.”
In the images, Stormi, Travis’ daughter with his reality star ex Kylie Jenner, could be seen wandering around the house displaying her makeover, which saw her hair parted into sections and braided, with clear beads adorning the end of each plait.
Showing her support for her dad even more, the tot was wearing a T-shirt from Travis’ Astroworld Festival, which she went to see with mum Kylie earlier this month.
Travis and Kylie have been doing their best to co-parent following their split in October, after which the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star stated that Stormi is their “main priority”.
“Travis and I are on great terms and our main focus right now is Stormi,” she said in a statement. “Our friendship and our daughter is priority.”
Meanwhile, Kylie had some fun dressing up with Stormi for Halloween last month, with the make-up maven having had a mini version of her Versace outfit, complete with a feather boa and purple wig, from the 2019 Met Gala made for her daughter.
“My baby!!!!!!!! i cant handle this!!!! (sic)” the 22-year-old wrote alongside two pictures and a video on Instagram, showing Stormi toddling around while wearing the dress.
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Rapper Travis Scott has delighted a group of students in his native Houston, Texas by making good on his offer to design a special T-shirt for their high school graduation. The Sicko Mode hitmaker was initially contacted by fan Sandra Vasquez back in …
Rapper Travis Scott has delighted a group of students in his native Houston, Texas by making good on his offer to design a special T-shirt for their high school graduation.
The Sicko Mode hitmaker was initially contacted by fan Sandra Vasquez back in September (18), when she requested his authorisation to use artwork from his Astroworld album as part of a sweatshirt design for Eisenhower High School’s Class of 2019.
“@trvisXX Can you please grant us permission to use your cover for our senior shirts for our graduating class of 2019 in Houston, Tx @ Eisenhower High School?” she asked via Twitter.
Travis took notice and decided to go one better, suggesting he make a custom T-shirt for the teens instead.
“Ill just design them for u guys and send a box thru how about that (sic)?” he replied.
Vasquez was overjoyed at the proposal, and on Monday (17Dec18), she and her fellow classmates showed off the finished product they had received from the hip-hop star himself.
The tan-coloured T-shirts feature a globe with a smiley face, along with the words, “Wish You Were Here”, printed on the front, while “2019” and “Enjoy The Ride” are plastered across the back. Both phrases are ones used by Travis on his own official merchandise.
He even personalised the gift by having the message, “Sincerely, Travis Scott,” printed in his handwriting.
Vasquez admits she was blown away at Travis’ kind gesture.
“We were shook (shocked),” she told XXLmag.com. “We love Travis and all he does for Houston.”
Travis isn’t new to fashion design – he previously helped to create a T-shirt for his hometown Houston Rockets basketball team to cheer them on in the 2017 NBA Playoffs, while he also has an endorsement deal with sports giant Nike.
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