Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott welcomed their second baby together on February 2, 2022. Kylie took to social media to announce their baby’s name.
Kylie And Travis Scott’s New Son Named Wolf Webster.
Kylie shared the exciting news of her baby boy’s arrival on February 6th by posting a black-and-white photo to Instagram of the infant’s hand. A representative for Jenner confirmed to People magazine that she had a boy.
She noted that the newborn arrived one day after daughter Stormi’s birthday with the caption, “💙 2/2/22.”
Jenner’s family and friends posted their congratulations on the little addition in the comments. “Mommy of two life ❤️🙏🏼🙏🏼,” Kourtney Kardashian wrote, while her mom Kris Jenner added, “Angel Pie.”
Today Kylie posted to her Instagram Story the name “Wolf Webster” with a white heart, indicating the name of her new bundle of joy with Travis Scott.
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott began dating in 2017 after meeting at Coachella. Ten months later, in February 2018, they welcomed their first child Stormi Webster. The couple split in October 2019, but are back together with their two children, Stormi and Wolf.
Travis Paused Utopia
In December, Travis Scott paused his Utopia album rollout to prepare for the imminent birth of their second child, He was also lawyering up for his massive Astroworld Festival lawsuit battle with some major muscle from former Donald Trump and Harvey Weinstein legal teams.
Kanye Defends His “Brother-In-Law” Travis Scott From Eilish Concert Snub, Threatens To Pull Out Of Coachella
Kanye West came to Travis Scott’s defense after a recent headline claimed Billie Eilish dissed Travis at her last show, saying “I wait for the people to be ok before I keep going.”
Kanye wants Billie to apologize to Travis before he takes the stage with her at Coachella. Kanye claims Billie threw “shade” at Travis according to the headline of the article Ye screenshotted and posted to his Instagram page.
Travis Wants To Make Concerts Safer
After his Astroworld concert tragedy, Travis Scott is trying to do better. The embattled rapper is working on a new initiative to ensure concertgoers’ safety. Travis has joined forces with The United States Conference of Mayors, an entity that represents the interests of more than 1,400 cities across the country. Together, they will assemble a commission encompassing leaders from government, public safety, emergency response, health care event management, music, and technology to help prevent further concert-related tragedies