Travis Scott returns comeback after a year and set a fire with his performance at 2022 Billboard Music Awards

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During Travis Scott’s big night in Europe, his friends and loved ones came up to cheer him up for his performance.

At the 2022 Billboard Music Awards, Travis Scott performs live on television for the first time after the Astroworld tragedy.

Apart from the family, Kylie Jenner and her 4-year-old daughter Stormi Webster also came to encourage him.

Stormi and Jenner, both spotted cuddling up to Scott, 31, backstage in an Instagram photo published on Saturday. The creator of Kylie Jenner was shown cradling her kid in a photo while the two sat in the crowd wearing neon-coloured identical leggings.


In another image, the mother-daughter team was seen raising their fists in the air and smiling broadly while enjoying the event.

A clip of Scott giggling, yelling, and embracing pals onstage with Basketball players James Harden and Kevin Durant was also shared by Jenner in the post. Inside the video, Durant opened a champagne bottle in order to celebrate the momentous occasion.

In another video in the post, Jenner and Scott were seen strolling hand in hand behind a vehicle with the licence plate in what looked to be a parking place.

The group’s trip to London happened just a few days before Jenner’s 25th birthday, which will be celebrated on August 10.

After performing his own songs “Goosebumps” and “No Bystanders” during Future’s set at Rolling Loud in Miami last month, Scott joined the 38-year-old rapper for a performance of their collaboration, “Hold That Heat.”

Scott apparently gave a raucous audience a performance at Miami nightclub. The very same month that marked his most current results at Zouk Nightclub, May, he previously made his stage comeback at the same location.

As part of the introduction of a social welfare project in which a series of community-focused charitable endeavours, Scott stated that he had taken time to “grieve, ponder, and do my bit to heal my community.”


At the time, Scott posted on Instagram, “Most importantly, I want to use my resources and platform moving forward towards concrete change. My family and I will be on this trip for the rest of our lives.”