Proud papa Travis Scott gave Stormi , his daughter with Kylie Jenner , some love during his pre-Super Bowl performance in Atlanta on Friday, December 1.
The rapper, 26, wasn’t able to celebrate Stormi’s first birthday in person on Friday night, so he did the next best thing — gave his daughter a shout-out during his 40-minute set at the Planet Pepsi party at the Georgia Freight Depot.
Guests in attendance at the pre-Super Bowl bash included Chanel Iman and Sterling Shepard , Lil Jon , Jamie Foxx , Cardi B , Rachel Lindsay and the Backstreet Boys’ Howie Dorough .
“Happy birthday, Stormi, in here,” Scott said from the stage during his performance that included gunshot noises, smoke and strobe lights.
E! News reports that Jenner, 21, flew to Atlanta after celebrating Stormi’s big day in L.A. and attended the Pepsi show.
Scott also posted a tribute to his little girl on Instagram on Friday, sharing seven pictures and writing, “ITS MY QUEEN ,MY HEART, MY AIR , MY EVERYTHING. STORMI’S BIRTHDAY TODAY. I LOVE U SO MUCH BABY. U THE SMARTEST AND LOVING BABY EVER. UR SPIRIT KEEPS ME GOING EVERY DAY ME AND UR MOMMY LOVE U AND CANT WAIT TO SHARE MORE BEAUTIFUL DAYS WITH U. HAPPY BDAYY STORMIII LETS RAGE.”
The Kylie Cosmetics CEO also shared a birthday message to her only child on Instagram on Friday. “How did i get so lucky to have such a sweet, smart, happy baby,” she captioned 10 photos on Instagram. “I just couldn’t have dreamt you up, storm. I wish you could stay this little forever and i could protect that contagious smile and laugh of yours. I know you won’t remember much about the first year of your life but i pray that you’ll never forget to keep sharing your joy and laughter with the world. My love grows for you a thousand miles a minute. Every day with you is the best day of my life. Happy birthday to my angel on earth.”
Scott is scheduled to perform during the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday, February 3, along with Big Boi and headliners Maroon 5.
The NFL championship game between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams airs live on CBS on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. ET.
With reporting by Diana Cooper