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Travis Scott Has 'Gotten So Close' To Kylie Jenner Following Astroworld Tragedy, Realizes 'His Career Isn't The Most Important Thing In His Life,' Source Spills

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Dec. 17 2021, Published 6:38 a.m. ET

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Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner are said to have "gotten so close" in light of the fatal Astroworld tragedy.

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"Travis has been with Kylie nonstop for several weeks now and he is going to be by her side for the foreseeable future," an insider reportedly spilled of the couple, who is expecting their second child together. "The tragedy has really changed Travis and his relationship with Kylie."

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"Following Astroworld, Travis woke up and realized that his career isn’t the most important thing in his life anymore. Kylie supported him, and still supports him, even though a lot of people are turning their back on him," the source told HollywoodLife. "She knows now that he loves her and that he wants to be with her and wants to be the father to their two children that she has always wanted him to be."

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Another source told the publication the coparents, who welcomed their daughter Stormi in 2018, struggled with their relationship "over the pandemic," and that the tragedy really "tested" them.

"Being together is what is important as they find strength and trust in each other," the source reportedly insisted. "Through tragedy they have found a bond that seems too now be unbreakable. Which only helps what they’re both individually going through."

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Jenner and Stormi were at Scott's tragic festival, but the KUWTK maintained she was not aware of the chaos unfolding in the crowd until after the performance. Following news of those who died and were injured, Jenner and their daughter stayed with Scott at his Houston home.

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As previously reported by OK!, ten people lost their lives and hundreds were injured following a crowd surge at Scott's Astroworld Festival in November in Houston, Tex. The cause of death of the concertgoers was revealed to be asphyxiation.

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The "Love Galore" singer reportedly teamed up with leaders from The United States Conference of Mayors (USCM) to work on an initiative to ensure that something similar does not happen again.

The 30-year-old also offered to foot the bill for the funeral costs of the victims, but many families turned his offer down.

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Scott sat down for his first interview since the fatal festival last week, and addressed the families that turned away his offer to pay for the funeral costs. "All things are understandable and you know at the time, they're grieving, and they're trying to find understanding and you know, they want answers, and it's not about that… I'm always gonna be here to want to help them," the soon-to-be father-of-two declared.

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While talking to Charlamagne tha God, Scott also maintained he couldn't hear people in the audience screaming because of the "in-ears" he wears during shows.

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Scott pointed out he was not instructed to end the show and did not realize the severity of the ordeal until after the fact. Nonetheless, the rapper acknowledged he has an obligation to make sure his fans are safe when attending his concerts.

"Fans come to the show to have a good experience, and I have a responsibility to figure out what happened here, I have a responsibility to figure out the solution," the "goosebumps" artist explained. "And hopefully this takes the first step into us as artists you know having that more insight of what's going on."

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