Travis Scott‘s comeback album, Utopia, is currently garnering news coverage worldwide. The most recent buzz centers on his alleged relationship rumors with SZA, another well-known musician.

Fans are in a frenzy as they look for evidence to support the rumors after a TikTok video purportedly showing the couple dating went viral. These rumors are circulating due to SZA and Travis Scott’s interactions and joint performances.

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When the rapper unexpectedly showed up at SZA’s concert in Manchester, UK, back in June, the rumors gained momentum and fueled more suspicions about their relationship status.

Additionally, Travis Scott released the music video for his infectious tune K-POP. Scott and SZA were spotted driving in a car together in the video, fueling curiosity about the relationship between them.
It’s important to remember that these are only rumors and have not been verified by any official means.

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Even while the rumors are speculative and cannot be proved or disproved based only on a music video, their prior collaborations on songs like Love Galore and Open Arms have further contributed to the circulating theories.

In related news, Travis Scott recently came under fire for allegedly throwing shade at Kylie Jenner’s current reported boyfriend, Timothée Chalamet.

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Meltdown, the rapper’s most recent song, allegedly makes a casual reference to the next Willy Wonka movie star. The verse by Scott reads, “Chocolate AP and chocolate the Vs got the/ Willy Wonka factory (Vs)/ Burn an athlete like it’s calories / find another flame, hot as me, b****.” Willy Wonka, according to rumors, is being cited in relation to Chalamet’s key part as Roald Dahl’s well-known fictional chocolatier in the upcoming musical film Wonka.

However, neither Travis nor Chalamet have confirmed this, and it’s likely that the lines are just creative wordplay and not intended to be directed at anyone in particular.