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    Kylie Jenner Showed Her Support For Travis Scott's VMAs Win Even Though He Didn't Thank Her In His Speech

    "Love is the biggest thing that we could ever hold."

    Lotta big winners at the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards — including Travis Scott, who took home the Best Hip-Hop Video Moon Person for his collaboration with M.I.A. and Young Thug, "Franchise."

    Travis Scott holds his Moon Person while leaning into the microphone to speak

    As you may know, the rapper is also expecting a second child with Kylie Jenner.

    So it's not too surprising that Kylie posted a snap of Travis's VMAs speech on her Instagram story as a show of support. How sweet!

    The screenshot from Travis Scott's VMAs speech that Kylie posted on her Instagram Story

    It's also worth noting that, in Travis's acceptance speech, he thanked Stormi, his mom, God, and "all the amazing fans out there" — but not Kylie. Hmm.

    Scott holds his Moon Person backstage

    That said, it probably wasn't an intended slight, since the rest of his speech seemed to gesture toward the current state of their relationship in general.

    Scott poses for a photo on the red carpet

    "Before I go, I just want to tell you all, love is the biggest thing that we could ever hold," he concluded near the end of his speech. "Spread love, and everything will be OK."

    Scott points towards the camera while accepting his VMA award

    No matter what he was referring to, it is at the least a very nice sentiment that we can all agree on. Congrats on the VMAs win!

    Scott puts his arm around Jenner's torso at a red carpet event