Travis Talking About Kylie Giving Birth on Ellen
When you think of Travis Scott, you think of his psychedelic music videos, his catchy rap music, and the infamous "Yah!" in all of his songs, but the rapper's latest appearance has us gushing over him as a father. Travis, whose real name is Jacques Webster II, appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where he talked about his love, Kylie Jenner, and everything that went down in the delivery room when she gave birth to their now 9-month-old daughter, Stormi.
"It was so scary, this was actually my first delivery room, and she was walking me through this whole process," he said, praising his mother-in-law Kris Jenner for comforting him through it all.
The one thing that scared Travis the most, though? The placenta. "There's this thing called the placenta that I've just been hearing about. Oh my god. I was fearful of that," he said with a hilariously frightened look on his face. "But I cut the umbilical cord, and she held it down; Mama KJ, she's the best."
Becoming a first-time parent can be terrifying — and being in the delivery room throughout the process may not have necessarily helped curb those fears for Travis — but the second he held his baby, all those emotions vanished, and it was only love from then on. "Going into it, I was nervous and scared," he explained. "We're just both young, but when you first have a baby in your arms, it's uncontrollable. It's this whole warp that just takes over your body. I never thought I could just love something so hard, it's crazy."
Ahead, find the sweet clip of Travis and Ellen, and more photos of the rapper with his adorable daughter.