Travis Scott Says He and Kylie Jenner Will 'Get Married Soon': 'I Gotta Propose in a Fire Way'


Travis Scott, who's within the the midst of his raucous Astroworld Tour, took the time to grace the quilt of the most recent Rolling Stone problem, the interview for which was launched on-line Thursday (Dec. 20). The in-depth profile examines Scott's life in his hometown of Houston, proper across the time he placed on his first Astroworld Festival final month.

The 26-year-old teases the thought of marrying actuality star girlfriend Kylie Jenner, who simply tied Jay-Z almost atop Forbes' annual movie star wealth listing for 2018, however guarantees that the proposal needs to be one thing particular. "We’ll get married quickly. I simply gotta sturdy up — I gotta suggest in a hearth manner," he says.

La Flame later touches on the origins of their relationship and the way misunderstood Jenner will be to the general public eye. "People don’t perceive how actual my woman is. How sick she is. They have assumptions, bullshit-ass remarks of what they assume is happening. She’s the best motherfucker of all time," Scott declares of the mom of his youngster. " it acquired to some extent the place I used to be like, ‘I want her with me to function. She’s that one."

Scott additionally solutions questions on his mentor Kanye West's help of Donald Trump, a scorching button subject on the time. "I imply, shit, I’d inform him, ‘Bro, chill. What you gotta perceive is, younger black children are trying as much as you, and the message you used to evangelise in your earlier music? It’ll make a younger black child — it’ll make any child — confused," he begins. 

"But when Ye get on some shit, he on some shit. I don’t know if that n—a simply appreciated the hat or what, canine. Ye offers with totally different shit in his life. That’s household. You don’t wanna desert your bro. Everybody undergo shit. He nonetheless a dope musician. But he’s positively hit me up about it, and I’ve instructed him, ‘Man, you bought children trying as much as you, really feel me?'"

Read the quilt story in full over at Rolling Stone.