A new report about Travis Scott showing Kylie Jenner off to his family in Houston is made-up. Gossip Cop can correct the article, which is filled with fabrications and glaring mistakes.
According to HollywoodLife, the rapper "finally got a chance to introduce" his "reportedly pregnant girlfriend" to the "entire Scott clan." A so-called "insider" is then quoted in the manufactured report as saying, "The main point of the trip was for Kylie to get to know his family better." The article then fills its space with supposed details about how Scott brought Jenner to "a big family party" and gave her a "tour of the town."
Gossip Cop is going to cut it short here, and begin to point out how the story is made-up and why HollywoodLies, as it's known, is not a reputable source of information. For starters, if the repeatedly discredited blog truly relied on a "Kardashian family insider" for this account, wouldn't it know whether or not Jenner was expecting, instead of writing "reportedly pregnant"? (Of course, Jenner is pregnant with Scott's child.) That should have been a clue to readers right off the bat that the site manufactured this phony article.
Next, the ill-informed site maintains Jenner's widely reported trip to Houston was to meet the "entire Scott clan." The problem is there isn't a "Scott clan." Scott is the rapper's stage name. His real name, which HollywoodLies didn't realize before concocting its tale, is Jacques Webster, Jr. If anything, the singer was introducing Jenner to the entire Webster clan. Whoops.
Just last week, Gossip Cop busted HollywoodLies when it made up an article about how Jenner was urging Scott to take a break from his tour to spend more time with her. But at the same time the untrustworthy outlet wrote about how she was missing Scott and "lonely," Jenner was actually with the rapper in Houston. That giant error seemingly led the blog to start cranking out one fabricated story after another about their time in Houston, including this latest one about Jenner meeting the nonexistent "Scott clan." Regardless of how we've already proven the story is made up, Gossip Cop still fact-checked the claims in this new report and sources close to both Scott and Jenner assured us there was no "big family party," as alleged.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.