Fans Think Travis Scott Dissed Kylie Jenner's BF Timothée Chalamet

By Rebekah Gonzalez

July 29, 2023

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Fans online think that Travis Scott dissed his ex Kylie Jenner's new flame, actor Timothée Chalamet, on his newly released album. On the song "Meltdown" off his new album Utopia, which dropped on Friday, July 28th, Scott raps the line, "Chocolate AP and chocolate the Vs/ Got the Willy Wonka factory/ Burn a athlete like it's calories, find another flame hot as me, bitch."

Many fans are taking the line as a diss against Jenner's rumored new boyfriend as he's set to star in the upcoming remake of Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory titled Wonka. The film is set to release in early December and the first official trailer just dropped about 2 weeks ago.

Kylie and Timothée's romance rumors started after Kylie was reportedly seen parking in the driveway of Timothée's Beverly Hills home. Soon after, they had a secret date night in Los Angeles at Tito's Taco stand, according to the Daily Mail. The news of their romance came three months after Kylie and Travis, who share two children, Stormi and Aire, decided to end their relationship over the holidays.

While neither star has publicly confirmed the relationship, they were spotted together for the first time since news broke of their rumored relationship. In photos obtained by Page Six, The Kardashians star and the actor were photographed together for the very first time at a barbecue. According to the outlet, the two have seemingly taken their rumored romance to the next level as they were reportedly seen meeting each other's relatives. Jenner's sister Kendall Jenner and Chalamet's sister, The Sex Lives of College Girls star Pauline Chalamet, were also spotted at the family gathering, according to Page Six. In April, an anonymous source confirmed that Jenner and Chalamet were indeed dating but keeping things causal.

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