Rep Shuts Down Claim Travis Scott Is Cheating on Kylie Jenner
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Reports suggest that the 'Sicko Mode' hitmaker cancels his show in Buffalo because he needs to deal with the cheating allegation leveled against him.

AceShowbiz - As if the whole cheating drama surrounding Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson wasn't enough trouble for the famous clan, Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott (II)'s relationship apparently hit major troubles. It has been reported that the makeup mogul is accusing her baby daddy of cheating on her. TMZ first broke the story.

Fans might have known that the "Sicko Mode" rapper canceled his show at Buffalo's Key Bank Center on February 28 due to illness. However, the publication reported that it wasn't the real reason why he decided to pull the plug on the gig. Apparently, Travis was staying in Los Angeles to deal with the cheating allegation leveled against him.

Even though Travis denied that he was having an affair behind her back, Kylie claimed that she found "evidence" that he cheated on her. Thus, a major argument erupted.

However, a rep for Travis has since shut down the cheating claim and insisted that the couple is not fighting at all. "The reason he stayed home from his show tonight was very much because of illness," the rep explained to E! News.

It sure has been a rough week for Kylie. Her best friend, Jordyn Woods, has been caught in major cheating drama with Khloe and Tristan after she was reported to be hooking up with the basketball player. The social media star, who has moved out of Kylie's home following the scandal, reportedly has begged for the mother of one's forgiveness repeatedly, but the latter is still troubled because her story keeps changing.

"Her story keeps changing a bit, and it's almost like she is digging herself deeper," a source previously said. "It's been a week of nonsense explaining from her side. Everyone thinks she wanted to hook up with Tristan and she just didn't think she was gonna get caught."

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