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Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott taking a break after 2 years of dating

Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are reportedly taking a break from each other after two years together – The two were last pictured together at the August 2019 premiere of the Netflix documentary, Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly – The couple got together in 2017 and welcomed daughter Stormi a year later – Travis was also conspicuously missing when Kylie attended Justin and Hailey Bieber’s wedding.

Reality TV star and billionaire lip kit mogul Kylie Jenner has split from her rapper boyfriend Travis Scott after dating for more than two years. The couple are reported to have decided to end their relationship for the time being several weeks ago, after a long period of attempting to repair it unsuccessfully.

Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott

The two felt it was best for them to stay in separate places to let things cool down after several weeks of fighting each other. a source told USA’s Enews. “It’s not a firm split. They’ve been fighting again, but have still seen each other within this last month,” the source said.

Travis has been staying at his house in Beverly Hills and Kylie has been allowing him to see Stormi. She would never take that away from him,” the source added. Rumours swirled online that they had broken up in September 2019, as eagle-eyed fans speculated there was trouble after noticing there was a photo missing from the reality TV star’s lavish closet.

In other news – WhatsApp will Stop working on these phones from February next year

WhatsApp is an app which works across platforms. In fact, even affordable feature phones support the app. But every now and then, WhatsApp does fish out a list of old phones for which support is discontinued and if you have an old phone lying around as a backup, you might want to read on.

WhatsApp rumours

The super-popular messaging app is basically ending support for a number of older operating systems which means that users won’t be able to create new accounts or reverify existing accounts on a number of old phones. WhatsApp in a post on its FAQ page now mentions that users of phones running Android version 2.3.7 and older, as well as iPhones running iOS 7 and older, will no longer be supported after February 1, 2020. Read more

Source: Briefly