La Flame also revealed that he's been focusing a lot of his time on Stormi, choosing to hanig out with his daighter and his family (sans Kylie) over the holidays.
"Being a dad is better than what I thought it would be," Travis admitted.
"Stormi is one of the best human beings I know. She’s like my best friend. She makes life a little bit easier. She just inspires me and she surprises me every day with how she’s thinking. It’s so crazy."
This isn't the first time Travis has spoken up about his relationship with the lip kit mogul, with many fans believing the Grammy-nominated rapper's latest song Gatti, addresses why he split from the self-made billionaire.
Let us investigate:
Got it jumpin out the zoo, seein' red, seein' blue (Yeah)
Young La Flame, how it moves, Pop Flare how it— (Woo)
Bring my hands out, try to hide my face
Duck away, she wanna lay up and hibernate (Yeah)
Ok - so first up it seems that Travis is referring to Kylie wanting to stay at home, whereas his lifestyle as a musician means he constantly has to be on the road touring.
The second part of the lyrics seem to be hinting at how Kylie demands a lot in a relationship, specifically expensive gifts.
I took a chance, it's a lot to take
I took a right, ended up right away (Straight up)
She need a chunk, not a piece (Alright)
It cost me three for the keys (Keys)
Not the work but the V
She let it twirl to the beat
I send the work, bet it reach (Reach)
Wearin' pearls, expensive beads (Beads)
I only hurl at my peeps (It's lit)
Cuts, diamond cuts, I done popped a blue
Two cups of the stuff, now I'm up
Coco Chanel when she tuck it
We bunk, get a nut (Nah-nah-nah-nah-nah)
While the pair are currently happy co-parenting, we still kinda hope these two will work it out.