Stormi, Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner's nine-week-old daughter, took a trip down to Texas to meet her daddy's side of the family.
The rapper, his reality TV star girlfriend, and his daughter all boarded a private jet on Friday, April 6, and flew to the southern state, a source revealed.
Scott's brother, Joshua, posted a photo of himself holding a smiling Stormi. The infant was wearing an adorable onesie with cherry prints.
"So happy to finally hold my beautiful Stormi," he wrote in the caption.
The Websters went all out to welcome the new addition to their family,
TMZ reported. They presented the rapper, Jenner, and baby Stormi with two storm cloud floral arrangements accessorized with Swarovski crystal raindrops to mark the trio's first homecoming. The lavish gifts had a $7,145 price tag.
The meeting took place in Missouri, Texas where the rapper bought a mansion for his mother last Christmas, the publication added.
Scott's family has not seen baby Stormi since she was born in Los Angeles earlier this year, a source told People. Moreover, the "Upper Echelon" rapper wanted to celebrate the arrival of his daughter in his life with his extended family.
Another source told Hollywood Life just how special the homecoming trip was for the new dad.
"Seeing Stormi with his family was incredibly moving for Travis — especially watching his mom holding her granddaughter for the first time," the site revealed. "It really brought home to him the whole cycle of life thing."
The meeting made the rapper see how truly blessed he is to have his daughter in his life, the source added.
Kylie com a Yris e as duas babys, Ayla e Stormi. ♥️ pic.twitter.com/jPK8y18PRI— Kylie Jenner Brasil (@KylieJennerBR) April 1, 2018
However, after their pleasant homecoming in Texas, Scott has to face a serious issue in Los Angeles. The rapper is being sued for canceling a performance after his baby was born in February.
The Blast obtained legal documents revealing that Scott signed a contract to perform at the Myth Live nightclub in Minnesota. The concert was scheduled on Feb. 3, two days after Stormi was born.
However, the 25-year-old wanted to spend time with his partner and daughter that night and refused to come to the state to perform at the event. He did perform in a nightclub in Las Vegas that same night.
The plaintiff claims that they paid Scott $150,000 in advance to perform at the Minnesotan venue and another $10,000 to his agent as a booking fee. Promoters also paid a significant amount to advertise his appearance. The aggrieved party is seeking damages, interest, attorney fees, and a jury trial.