Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner
Travis Scott is protecting his girlfriend Kylie Jenner from her ex, Tyga. In this photo, the couple watched courtside during Game Five of the Western Conference Quarterfinals game of the 2017 NBA Playoffs at Toyota Center on April 25, 2017 in Houston, Texas. Getty Images/Bob Levey

Rapper Travis Scott did everything he could to ensure that his girlfriend, Kylie Jenner, did not have an unpleasant encounter with her ex Tyga during the Wireless Festival in the U.K. last Saturday.

Scott agreed to perform that weekend, given the condition that he was not billed with Tyga and The Weeknd, who is the ex-boyfriend of Kylie’s friend, Bella Hadid, according to The Sun.

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As a result of his efforts, Kylie and her elder sister, Kendall, together with Hadid, enjoyed the musical festival without any awkward run-ins with past beaus. “Travis purposely asked to be separated from Tyga and The Weeknd so Kylie and Bella didn’t run into them,” a source said.

However, reports have it that Tyga could not care less about running into Kylie, since he was busy entertaining a different girl backstage. The source said, “Tyga and his girl were all over each other backstage, with her caressing his arm. [Tyga and the woman] were seen cuddling up on the side of the stage too listening to Ty Dolla Sign.”

It looks like Kylie’s relationship with Scott is going smoothly, and a family insider even told Us Weekly that things are getting pretty “serious” between the two. “They are spending a lot of time together. They’re serious! She’s really into him and has known him for a long time. Her family really likes him,” the insider said. “Kendall has also been friends with him for years.”

For now, people still don’t know why Kylie and Tyga broke up, but many suspect it’s because of his infidelity and constant financial problems. The only person from the family who publicly talked about the split was Kylie’s elder sister Kim Kardashian, who earlier appeared on Andy Cohen’s “Watch What Happens Live.”

During the show, Kardashian played the game, “Plead the Fifth,” where she was required to tell the truth about two out of three questions. In one question, Kardashian was compelled to reveal details about Kylie and Tyga’s break-up.

“On a scale of 1 to 10, how relieved were you when Kylie and Tyga finally called it quits?” Cohen asked Kardashian.

“You know, I feel like [there was] a lot of drama, and it doesn’t mean he’s a bad person at all,” the reality star answered. “And what was great was that it was so easy, that split. There has not been any drama with her since.”