Travis Scott was given another headache after his alleged former lover, Yung Sweetro, revealed details about their relationship.
Fans of Kylie Jenner accused Scott of cheating on her after Yung Sweetro, whose real name is Rojean Kar, posted photos of her and the rapper on a music video set.
Users who saw the Instagram Stories asked if they were dating, but she denied it, claiming she had no idea Scott was there. Scott and Yung Sweetro have been dating on and off since 2013.
After the cheating rumors surfaced, the rapper responded on his Instagram Story by dismissing the allegations.
He said, as quoted by OK! Magazine:
“It’s a lot of weird shit going on. An uninvited person was sneaking photos on. What was supposed to be, a closed set while I was directing a video. I’m saying this for the last time. I don’t know this person. I’ve never been with this person. So please stop with the continuous cyber games and the fictional storytelling.”
He also shared a screenshot of Courtney Luxe’s statement, in which she defended Jenner’s boyfriend. She stated that she had worked with him on various projects for the past eight years, including when he directed the music video for Yung Sweetro’s photos.
Luxe referred to her as “delusional,” and he clarified to the public that the alleged mistress was present with Scott at the time.
Following the posts, Yung Sweetro posted a TikTok video in which he claimed that the 31-year-old asked Luxe to cover for him to conceal their affair. Scott was then warned that she had photos and videos of him with her.
The woman also claimed she was with him on Valentine’s Day and posted a photo of them to prove it.
The new issue arose just days after Scott settled with the families of the Astroworld victims, putting an end to two lawsuits related to the tragedy.
According to the Houston Chronicle, Scott reached a settlement agreement with Axel Acosta’s and Brianna Rodriguez’s families. The terms of the agreement were not made public.
The rapper was widely chastised when he launched Project HEAL to support his causes for students, music fans, and concertgoers. Victims accused him of using the project as a publicity stunt after he killed several people during his Astroworld Festival concert.