Kylie Jenner appeared in Travis Scott’s new video was a Virgin Mary-like figure.
Kylie Jenner made an appearance in the friend Travis Scott’s new music video of “Stop Trying to Be God” as a religious figure.
Jenner, 20, played in the new music video for Scott’s song from his new album “Astroworld” as a Virgin Mary-like figure. The make-up mogul is featured in two scenes, while her body is covered with gold paint — a if they are the comforting Scott after he was engulfed in the flames and the other if they are wearing a sequined dress while holding a lamb.
Kylie Jenner was seen comforting Scott Travis after the rapper was burned in the fire.
The lamb then mouths “stop trying to be God” at the end of the video clip.
Scott included in a number of biblical references in the music video, such as walking with the sheep, by dipping the fans and act as God himself, while the world below him was on fire.
Jenner’s cameo in the music video is just one of a few references Scott of the reality star and their daughter, Stormi Webster in his third album.
Jenner and Scott were spotted at Lollapalooza Festival in Chicago on Friday to celebrate the release of “Astroworld,” who came an hour after the rapper performed his headlining set.
Just a few hours after dropping the music video on Monday, Scott posted a photo of his daughter, who the couple welcomed in February, on Instagram with the caption: “Come home, my baby is ready to rock and roll. !!!!”
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