Travis Scott may soon collaborate with Danielle Bregoli. Kylie Jenner's boyfriend reportedly thinks that Bregoli is the next "it" girl.
The "Cash Me Outside" singer is said to have the potential to be one of the best female rappers of her time, that is why Scott wants to team up with her. Jenner's baby daddy also liked Bregoli's song, "Gucci Flip Flops," so much that he gave a Gucci footwear to Bregoli and even included a sweet note.
Does Danielle Bregoli Have A Crush On Travis Scott?
According to one publication, Bregoli is more than delighted with the attention that Scott is giving her. After all, the 15-year-old rapper previously confessed to having a crush on the "Butterfly Effect" singer.
An unnamed source claimed that the teenager is willing to do anything just so she could hook up with Scott. However, none of these claims were confirmed by Scott or his reps.
Teen Rapper Throws Shade At Kylie Jenner
In related news, rumors about Bregoli and Scott's budding relationship heightened after the former slammed Jenner for the outfit she wore during a fashion show in France. Bregoli likened Jenner to Big Bird from Sesame Street.
Another inside said that Bregoli thought she would have rocked the same outfit better than the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star. As of late, it is still unclear whether or not Scott has already introduced Bregoli to Jenner.
Travis Scott's Performance Criticized
This week, Scott made headlines during his performance at the annual NBA awards show in California on Monday night. Scott performed a slew of songs, but his fans were not pleased with his performance. Some of them accused the rapper of lip syncing and took their thoughts to Twitter.
"Why would you let Travis Scott perform if he was going to Lip Sync the entire time. Try not using autotune. S*** is trash and extremely underwhelming #NBAAwards," wrote one critic.
"That is probably the worst lip sync I have seen from Travis Scott on the NBA awards show," wrote another fan.
Several other critics called Scott's performance of "Butterfly Effect," "Goosebumps," and "Watch" terrible. On the other hand, some avid Scott supporters defended him from the critics.
"It's what artists do, sometimes you can't perform live. Most of the time, there's a reason for lip syncing," wrote one fan.