Travis Scott treated himself to a new Bugatti (Picture: Backgrid)
Travis Scott treated himself to a swanky new Bugatti for his 28th birthday because why the hell not?
The Sicko Mode rapper celebrated his big day on 30 April, all while receiving endless well wishes from baby mama Kylie Jenner and the Kardashian clan.
However, the star wanted a fast and shiny present and opted for a black Bugatti, which can sell for seven figures.
Travis wore his best ‘I just bought a new car’ ensemble for the occasion as he joined his crew.
He rocked a trippy tie-dye shirt, giant chain and multi-coloured jeans.
The artist checked out his new ride while taking a break from isolating with Kylie and her best friend Stassie.
Travis recently turned 28 (Picture: BACKGRID)
The star has been isolating with Kylie (Picture: BACKGRID)
On his birthday, Kylie told her baby daddy she will ‘love him forever’ while wishing him happy birthday.
Marking the occasion on Instagram, the 22-year-old shared a series of seriously cute pics and videos of the rapper with their daughter Stormi, two.
Snaps included Travis messing around with his little girl and lifting her over his shoulder, him cuddling up to her while sitting in a golf buggy and a candid snap of Travis standing at Kylie’s bedside just moments after Stormi’s birthday.
Kylie captioned her adorable post: ‘DADA happy birthday to daddy of the year!’
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She then joked: ‘i’m slowly but surely starting to accept the fact that storm is a daddy’s girl. 😫 but whatever. we went half on greatness! the most beautiful, smart, loving and funny little baby. the best gift.’
‘ok i’m crying,’ Kylie signed off. ‘love you forever! @travisscott.’
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