The world-famous rapper described his former love, Kylie Jenner as ‘special’ in a gushing Instagram post in celebration of Mother’s Day
The 29-year-old rapper, who shares daughter Stormi, 3, with the Keeping Up With The Kardashian ’s star described Kylie as ‘the most special of them all’ in a sweet Mother’s Day post.
It comes amid rumours that the former couple have rekindled their whirlwind romance after the shock split over a year ago.
Taking to Instagram to gush over the mother of his little one, Travis penned a poem in dedication to Kylie.
Alongside a sweet snap of the makeup mogul planting a kiss on her daughter’s lips, the world-famous music star penned: “Of all the special things in life – the big ones and small.
“A mama’s love and rage and tenderness is the most special of them all.”
Kylie, 23, rushed to share some love on the sweet tribute, and she sparked even more speculation that the pair are an item once again as she left two love hearts under Travis’s emotional post.
It comes after the former power couple were spotted ‘looking close’ to one another at a club.
The YouTube sensation jetted out to Miami to celebrate her baby daddy’s 29th birthday on a wild night out last weekend.
The pair have remained close while co-parenting their little girl Stormi together, however, the exes sent tongues wagging when they were spotted heating up the dance floor with their moves at LIV nightclub at Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
Flirty Kylie played footsie with Travis in the club after the pair danced arm-in-arm together on the dancefloor.
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Kylie and Travis enjoyed two years of romance before they eventually called it quits on their relationship in October 2019.
But their recent antics have fans begging for the pair to get back together.
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