Super Bowl Baby! Kylie Jenner’s Daughter Stormi Watches Dad Travis Scott Perform in Halftime Show

Kylie Jenner and daughter Stormi showed Travis Scott their support when he took the stage Sunday alongside Maroon 5 at the game’s iconic halftime show

Mother-daughter duo Kylie Jenner and Stormi just kicked up the cuteness at the 2019 Super Bowl by a factor of 10!
The makeup mogul, 21, and baby Stormi, who turned 1 on Friday, showed their support for Travis Scott — Jenner’s boyfriend and Stormi’s father — when he took the stage Sunday evening alongside Maroon 5 and Big Boi at the NFL season finale’s iconic halftime show in Atlanta.
Jenner shared a sweet Instagram video of little Stormi cooing as she watched Scott on TV. The baby was wearing a multi-colored hoodie as she watched her father perform.
Jenner captioned the clip simply: “PRICELESS.”
The video comes just two days after the couple celebrated Stormi’s first birthday on Friday.
“ITS MY QUEEN, MY HEART, MY AIR, MY EVERYTHING. STORMI’S BIRTHDAY TODAY. I LOVE U SO MUCH BABY,” the rapper wrote in an Instagram tribute, tacking his heartfelt message on to a gallery of photos and clips showing Stormi smiling while posing in a pig-themed room, playing with her dad, hugging a stuffed shark and more.
Super Bowl Baby! Kylie Jenner's Daughter Stormi Watches Dad Travis Scott Perform in Halftime Show
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Scott’s decision to perform at the football extravaganza was initially met with criticism given the NFL’s negative response to its players taking a knee during the National Anthem as a way to protest police brutality against people of color.
In fact, more than 85,000 people signed a petition asking Maroon 5 — and others — to back out of the event to support Colin Kaepernick, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback who started the movement.
In mid-January, however, Scott said he’d perform if the NFL agreed to one condition. He asked the organization to join him in making a donation to a charitable cause. In partnership with the league, Scott will contribute $500,000 to Dream Corps, a non-profit organization that champions social justice.
“I back anyone who takes a stand for what they believe in,” Scott said in a statement to PEOPLE at the time. “I know to be an artist that it’s in my power to inspire. So before confirming the Super Bowl Halftime performance, I made sure to partner with the NFL on this important donation. I am proud to support Dream Corps and the work they do that will hopefully inspire and promote change.”

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