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By Julyssa Lopez
Kylie Jenner Wished Travis Scott a Happy Birthday With This Giant Billboard in Los Angeles
We have to say, the Kardashian-Jenners aren’t exactly known for their subtlety when it comes to gift-giving, especially on birthdays. Cases in point: the infrared sauna Kendall Jenner got from her sisters, the $250,00 Ferrari Kylie Jenner reportedly gifted momager Kris. And Kylie went all-out again for her boyfriend Travis Scott’s upcoming birthday. The rapper turns 28 on Tuesday, and Kylie celebrated early by scrapping the normal birthday card and getting him a massive billboard instead, which is currently displayed at the intersection of Santa Monica and La Cienega—one of the busiest parts of West Hollywood, naturally.
The sign features a photo of the couple’s 1-year-old daughter, Stormi Webster, and includes a message from both the baby and Kylie. “Happy birthday Daddy,” the text on the billboard reads. “Love, Mommy and Stormi XO.”
This is, after all, the woman who basically built an entire theme park for Stormi’s first birthday. “Elaborate” doesn’t even begin to describe that party: Kylie commissioned hot air balloons, a butterfly rainbow forest, a live Baby Shark performance, a gift shop stocked with Stormi World merch, and a giant inflatable replica of the baby’s head.
But the billboard isn’t all she got Scott: Earlier in the week, Kylie had thrown an Avengers: Endgame screening party that seemed to double as another b-day bash for Scott. She reportedly decorated the Thousand Oaks Cinépolis Luxury Cinema in balloons with the word “husband” on them, and also got the whole family into their best Avengers costumes for the occasion. She even got a cake with a picture of Scott dressed as Iron Man. “oh you didn’t catch iron flame and captain lip kit in the credits? sucks 4 you,” she captioned photos of she and Scott in their Avengers get-ups.
It already feels like she went pretty hard with the planning, but there are still three days left until Scott’s actual birthday, so there might be more to come.