Travis Scott Responds to Cheating Allegations, Even Though "I Hate Acknowledging Sh--" (UPDATED)

Travis Scott Responds to Cheating Allegations, Even Though "I Hate Acknowledging Sh--" (UPDATED)

Kylie Jenner's so-called "hubby" (and maybe fiancé) is using his words (and his cusses) to put an end to the cheating rumor madness. 

UPDATE (Dec. 6, 2018 12:30 p.m.) On Wednesday, the photo was revealed to be a hoax by YouTuber Christian Adam. "That photo that you see of Travis Scott allegedly cheating on his significant other Kylie Jenner was completely staged," Adam said. "The goal of this video is not to hurt anybody’s relationship, but it’s to see how gullible is the internet."

Meanwhile, Kylie's family has come forward with their shock (over the prank) and support (for their sister).

The original story continues below.

Travis Scott seems like a man who's on the up and up. The rapper is a doting dad to Stormi Webster (yep, the very babe whose photo practically broke Instagram) and he's such a good boyfriend to Kylie Jenner that she calls him her "hubby" even without the ring (well, yet). Plus, he has highly respectable plans to apply to Harvard, where he'd study architecture. So, why all the rumors, man? 

Jenner recently posted a snap of her cuddled up to her man and used the diamond-ring emoji to boot. Naturally, this led to speculation that Stormi's mom and dad are engaged, but the couple has also been plagued with whispers about trouble in paradise recently.


Earlier this week, an Instagram user posted a photo of man with his head bent down, getting cozy with a lady who most certainly was not Kylie Jenner. The man's face was obscured, but his hair looked a bit like Travis'. You can peep the photo here, and you can also see Travis' response: "Trolls working hard today," he wrote in part. "Me and my wifey sturdy." He added in a follow-up comment: "Only got love for my wife. No time to be wasting." 


The rapper and would-be architect also took the time to address the rumors on his own Instagram Stories, even though he made it plain that he's not a fan of responding to trolls. "Trolls always wanna create some fake sh-- to destroy real love," he wrote. "I hate acknowledging sh--. But quit try to take joy from sh-- that's good." Read his full comments, below.


Credit: Instagram/kyliejenner and Instagram/travisscott

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