For all of the heat that Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott get for dressing their 22-month-old daughter Stormi Webster in expensive designer outfits and $12k luxury backpacks, the toddler’s dad is making sure she sees how other kids aren’t as fortunate. The 29-year-old rapper took his little girl to his Cactus Jack Foundation 2020 Holiday Toy Drive in his native Houston, TX on Dec. 22 to teach her the spirit of giving back.
Stormi donned a face mask with a cute kitty-cat whiskers design on it, taking precautions against COVID-19 even though it was a 100 percent drive up only, contactless event at Houston’s Sunnyside Park. She was seen in an Instagram photo wearing an olive green jumpsuit with a Cactus Jack logo on the chest, looking ready to help out her daddy.
Stormi was standing next to the boxes containing toys and other gifts, which were then put into black giveaway bags. Travis was shown in several videos going through and personally pulling items out, filling the bags with goodies and then putting them into the trunks of vehicles of those who attended the event. He personally made sure that the children of those less fortunate in his hometown have gifts come Christmas morning.
Kylie and Travis have showered Stormi with so many pricey luxury items during her young life, from $15,000 Hermés handbags to a $2,400 Fendi logo stroller, so it was important that she see how other families don’t have it so good. Especially in 2020 after the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic crisis caused by lost jobs and wages that is resulting in a bleak Christmas for many.
While Stormi was with her dad in Houston, Kylie, 23, was sharing IG photos of her growing little girl, who is turning three on Feb. 1. But the photos she posted to Instagram on Dec. 22 showed Stormi holding a Prada’s Re-Edition nylon mini shoulder bag in periwinkle blue, which retails for $650. Stormi could be seen posing with the bag on the steps of Kylie’s $36 million Holmby Hills mansion. Cosmetics mogul Kylie lamented, “my baby is turning 3 soon and mommy’s not ok!!!!!!”
Though Stormi may be the recipient of so many pricey items thanks to her wealthy parents, Kylie and Travis have done a remarkable job at raising a thoughtful, intelligent, polite and gentle young lady. In YouTube videos where she bakes holiday treats with Kylie, Stormi always says “please” and “thank you,” and is complimentary of her mom’s baking skills in a vocabulary far beyond most children her age.
Just the way Stormi passed the “chocolate test” with flying colors on May 11 by not eating any candy as instructed by Kylie until she returned from a trip to the bathroom showed how amazingly self-disciplined Stormi is. She sat there telling herself to practice “patience” rather than grab a handful of chocolates when her mom wasn’t looking. It was single handedly one of the cutest Instagram videos of the year and racked up a whopping 67 million IG views.Click to Subscribe to Get Our Free HollywoodLife Daily Newsletter to get the hottest celeb news.