Travis Scott’s latest music video from the album ‘Astroworld’ is biblically themed, with Kylie Jenner making a special appearance.
Jenner appeared in a godly avatar as Virgin Mary in the music video of beau Travis Scott’s new song ‘Stop Trying To Be God.’
The song belongs to Scott’s most recent album titled ‘Astroworld,’ and the role of Virgin Mary is portrayed with a twist of modern glamor.
‘Stop Trying To Be God’ has multiple references from the holy book, and the video is set to a celestial theme, complete with motion graphics and special effects.
In the midst of the extravagant depictions, Scott’s girlfriend Kylie Jenner dons the role of Jesus Christ’s sacred mother. The 20-year-old celebrity looks radiant in a halo-like golden glow.
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One scene, in particular, shows Jenner holding Scott, who is shown in a state of anguish.
While the reference to Mother Mary is not obvious in the snippet featuring the couple, a shot towards the end of the video presents a clearer depiction.
Dressed in a shimmering dress covered with a layer of sequins, Jenner is seen holding a lamb against the backdrop of a manger.
Apart from her physical presence in the music video, Jenner has also been referred to a number of times by Scott in the new album.
The 26-year-old artist has rhymed in several lines about his relationship with Jenner and their baby daughter Stormi Webster, who recently turned 6 months old.
In the song titled ‘Stargazing,’ Scott narrates his love story with a touch of imagination, calling Jenner the girl who saved his life.
While Jenner took to social media to express her joy over the success of the album, calling it ‘the craziest ride of my life,’ little Stormi was also photographed wearing the album’s merchandise.
The photo was shared on Instagram, and Stormi can be seen wearing a half-sleeved black onesie with an ‘Astroworld’ logo on it.
Jenner and Scott seem to have worked together on the album and were also seen at the star-studded Lollapalooza Music Festival in Chicago, during which ‘Astroworld’ was officially released.