And the reason why they split.

By Alicia Brunker
Dec 28, 2019 @ 1:45 pm

Travis Scott just released a new seven-track project titled JACKBOYS, and one song from the music compilation is believed to provide a clearer picture as to why he and Kylie Jenner broke up. 

Lyrics for "Gatti" go a little something like this: "Duck away, she wanna lay up and hibernate / I took a chance, it's a lot to take." Conspiracy theorists believe the rap is referring to the former couple's different lifestyles (Kylie is all about family, while Travis is focused more on his career right now) which is rumored to have caused them to call it quits. 

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"Kylie is young, but she really wants the traditional family life. She has seen her older sisters with big families and multiple kids and she wants the same," a source shared with E! News shortly after their split. "She loved being at home with Travis and their daughter Stormi Webster more than anything. But right now, their priorities are different."

The insider added that Kylie wished Travis was "more dedicated to the family," because reportedly she was ready to take the next step in their relationship with marriage and more kids, but he wasn't on the same page.

"It was hard for him to be coming home every night to be with the family and putting Stormi to bed. That's not where he is in his life. It made Kylie insecure and anxious," the sourced continued. "The last few months, Kylie felt they were drifting and she was never really sure what was going on."

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Despite being broken up, Jenner is still supportive of Scott's music. Last month, she flew to Houston with Stormi for his Astroworld Festival, and, just this week, the mom of one promoted Scott's new mixtape on Instagram, captioning a screenshot of the playlist: "Stormi's Dad." Meanwhile, Travis also scored an invite to the Kardashian's annual Christmas Eve party this year.  

No matter what led to the breakup, it's clear there's no bad blood between these two. 

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