Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott put Houston on the Instagram map at this Houston Rockets game. And then came the roses.
Travis Scott fills the foyer of the home he shares with Kylie Jenner with thousands of rose petals in advance of her birthday. Instagram photo
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott seem to be everywhere these days, including on a striking cover of GQ.
There are birthday surprises and then are birthday SURPRISES. Just ask Kylie Jenner. Her beau of two-plus years, Houston rapper Travis Scott, filled their Los Angeles mansion on Monday with thousands of red roses in advance of her 22nd birthday.
The billionaire makeup mogul posted the magical floral extravaganza on Instagram with a video that includes her 19-month-old daughter, Stormi, paddling through the luxurious petals. The video includes Scott’s birthday note to the lady who has been his one-and-only love since April of 2017: “Happy Birthday!!! We’re just getting started. Love you!!!!”
On Instagram, Jenner gushes, “My house is covered in ROSES! And it’s not even my birthday yet!!!!! Omg ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️.”
Page Six notes that the idea was not quite original: “The ‘Sicko Mode’ rapper, 28, seemed to be taking a move out of Kanye West’s romance playbook, who surprised Jenner’s older sister Kim Kardashian with a room full of roses and a serenade by Kenny G for Valentine’s Day this year.”
Jenner and Scott share a 13,000 square foot mansion in Hidden Hills, a gated community in Los Angeles where both Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian have homes. Jenner paid $12 million for the Cape Cod style dwelling even before she was of age to officially purchase. Last October, the couple took title to a more modest 9,680 square foot bungalow in a private cul-de-sac near the Beverly Hills Hotel, paying more than $13 million. The latter is where the roses, estimated to have cost around $25,000, filled the home’s foyer.
While the pre-birthday surprise is taking social media by storm, Jenner and Scott have done their bit to put Houston in the eye of Instagram devotees, of which Jenner has 142 million followers while Scott enjoys 18.5 million online fans. That’s a lot of eyes on H-Town.