Travis Scott filled Kylie Jenner’s house with roses: romantic or waste of flowers?


It’s long been established that the Kardashian-Jenner motto is Go Big or Go Home (where you are still expected to go big, apparently). So their over-the-top gift don’t faze me much. However I did get jealous of Kylie after she posted this short video of her home bathed in red roses from her partner, Travis Scott.

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I know it’s wrong – I know all those flowers took so much water to grow and process and they’ll just be thrown out but flowers and floral arrangements are a weakness of mine. Whenever I want to reward myself, I’ll pick up some flowers, even from the supermarket, for my table. If I have enough, I put some on my nightstand. I realize could fill a castle’s worth of nightstands with this display, but I’d gladly accept the challenge.

And this isn’t the first grand display of floral affection Travis has shown Kylie, either. Last month, she apparently walked in to this – ‘just cuz’:

Don’t hate me but I like those arrangements even more. However, even I think Travis’ birthday flora extravaganza for Kylie’s 21st went a bit far:

Does the dude own a florist? Or a rose farm? And that white Rolls-Royce Silver Dawn was Kylie’s birthday gift from Travis, by the way, because chicka needs another car about as much as she needs more flowers.

So three lavish displays of flowers in four months. Is there something this couple of lovebirds wants to tell us? Like is another baby Scott on the way or are they doing more than just “talking about” marriage? Maybe Travis just keeps royally screwing up and this is how he apologizes. I don’t know what’s going on but I do want to know where I can sign up for her flower outreach when she runs out of vases.



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  1. Ophelia says:

    Three OTT floral displays in four months can also mean lack of creativity.

  2. horseandhound says:

    over the top and a waste of flowers. if he did that on a smaller scale, that would’ve been more romantic and more genuine, in my opinion.

    • Char says:

      Any flower that had been already picked is a waste cause it will end in the trash can, it don’t matter if it’s a dozen or a hundred dozen. Kylie probably thinks it’s nice, that’s why he did.

    • Vizia says:

      My husband thinks cut flowers are a complete waste, but he knows i love flowers, so on special occasions he gives me a dozen rose bushes, or other plants. I love it!

    • TheHeat says:

      I’m not a huge fan of cut flowers. It’s like: “Here, I just killed this for you…enjoy watching it wither and die.”
      Also, I’d say Travis paid someone to set up these grand gestures, so that kills a bit of the romance as well, imo.

      Wow…I really took my cranky-pants pill this morning.

      • Jennifer says:

        LOL I am not a fan of cut flowers either, and I love the way you put that “enjoy watching it wither and die”…so metal!

      • NicoleinSavannah says:

        I 100% agree. My husband has bought me flowers twice in 11 years because I loathe it, but will accept on a very special occasion or that time I was having a horrible day. No more are needed except if planted.

      • Olive says:

        Optimistic to think Travis paid someone to set this up – coincidentally, Kim and Khloe both also have partners who like to do this exact same thing, flood their houses with ridiculous amounts of flowers.

        I think the sisters order these flowers for themselves and claim it was from hubby. Too strange that 3 different men all go for the exact same over the top gesture. They probably use the same florist ever time.

      • TheHeat says:

        @Olive – you’re probably right!

  3. Swack says:

    What a waste. While I like getting flowers (not roses though) this is over kill. Me thinks there is something more going on and not in a good way.

    • Pandy says:

      Yes, let’s hope! Getting the popcorn and tissues ready.

      • MyBlackCat says:

        I’ll tolerate a bouquet or single cut flower cliche gesture from a man who doesn’t know me. But if he flooded my place w flowers I’d think he was wasteful and would likely break it off. Cheesy.

  4. Clare says:

    Eh, I love flowers, too. My husband has bought me flowers every friday for the 8+ years we’ve been together (it’s something his grandad used to do for his granny, they were married for 64 years), but it’s like a bunch of tulips, or sunflowers, or whatever is in season. No one needs this level of floral arrangements in their home.

    I mean, I get it, their brand is conspicuous consumption…but…how is this not causing allergies? Does it smell like a rose processing warehouse in their home?

    • Lumbina says:

      I did the flowers for my wedding, and my dad and I picked them up from the flower market the day before and the only place to keep them was the bath tub.

      It was full of antique roses.

      It looked amazing and my room smelt unbelievable.

      Closest I’ll get to something like this, and one of my favourite memories from the wedding.

      • Clare says:

        What a lovely memory of your wedding!

        A couple of years ago we went to a rose ‘factory’ in Ecuador…I wonder if it smells like that in her home. lol

    • Abby says:

      Hmmm, but I never get much smell from commercial roses? Once a local florist told me that today’s roses have been bred/engineered for longevity after being cut, but in the process they lost their smell.

  5. ItReallyIsYou,NotMe says:

    Buzzkill here, but I think more and more about how using soil, water, and fertilizer for non-food agriculture impacts the environment. I mean, millions of people have food insecurity that could be solved by using more agricultural resources to actually grow food.

  6. manda says:

    I love flowers, but I hate that sickly sweet “flowers going bad” smell, which is why I rarely buy them or pick them. They stink to me! Instead, I grow them in my yard and I post pics of them on my instagram. I think that Travis’s gesture is lovely, if not a waste of money, but it would be totally wasted on me

    • Elisa says:

      this sweet “flowers going bad” smell reminds me of cementaries / funerals.
      Also, they are an odd couple.

  7. Nancy says:

    For years, the men of these woman, (including Kris Humphries) fill houses with flowers. I think it’s in their contract. They are all rich beyond our imagination and have every material object they could desire and probably take the flowers for granted. A better decision to express their “love” would be by donating all that money to The Cancer Foundation or any charity they choose in their name. That says love, not excess.

    • Agenbiter says:

      Gee, maybe it’s not the men who all coincidentally have the same idea? Now who in the world could it be ….

      • Nancy says:

        LOL! I mentioned Humphries bc when PMK was staging Kim’s phony baloney marriage to him, she was the wedding planner and of course the flowers were on the agenda. They need to show her buried in flowers next season. Personally, I’d be much happier with a bouquet of lilies, which my husband knows I love. If there was a roomful of lilies, not so much….

    • Himmiefan says:

      Exactly, it’s in their contract. This is just a publicity stunt. Few of their relationships have actually been real.

      • Mela says:

        Yeah its obvious the assistants do this and its just a way to create content for social media and the over the top floral displays are just for views/likes.

        Travis didnt do any of this.

      • lucy2 says:

        Just like everything else in their life.

    • Pandy says:

      Yes and an OTT car is part of the contract as well!

    • Olive says:

      Didn’t Khloe claim Tristen did this recently for her? The most laughable

  8. OCE says:

    IMHO the only thing interesting about Kylie Jenner is her beauty business. It was announced this week that they would be available in every ULTA across the country, which is a huge checkmate to Sephora. Also, while traveling across Africa in September I saw counterfeit Kylie stuff everywhere..
    I am so interested in the business side of beauty and wellness – billion-dollar industry…

  9. Kittycat says:

    Waste of flowers

  10. Louise177 says:

    Maybe Kylie really likes flowers and these kind of arrangements.

  11. skipper says:

    I think they were absolutely beautiful and so sweet but if my husband did that for me I would have three questions: 1) How much did this cost? 2)Is this refundable 3) Who the heck is gonna clean up this mess?

    • moonshine says:

      That was my main question- who is cleaning all this up?! Obviously it’s not her bc she has help but all those roses in a stuffy mansion is just begging for a million loose petals in 8 hours. It just gives me unnecessary anxiety…

  12. Lightpurple says:

    What a colossal waste of beautiful flowers. How can you enjoy or admire the beauty of a flower when you have crowded hundreds of them into the same space?

    Perhaps I have read Le Petit Prince way too many times.

  13. bacondonut says:

    the cynic in me says she bought them for herself – much like the car Tyga “bought” for her as her birthday prezzie

  14. Desiree says:

    I hate their homes… all of these Kardashians seem to have the same house, decorated the same way. Those places look like museums or decoration magazines set-ups, with no warmth, no life, no personality whatsoever. It doesn’t even look like somebody live in there… Empty like their souls.

    • Veronica S. says:

      Considering how much they travel, they probably don’t live there too often, honestly. Which just makes it an excessive waste of money when so many people in America don’t have homes.

  15. NotHeidisGirl says:

    Well, since you’re asking: WASTE.

  16. Veronica S. says:

    Cut flowers don’t really bother me all that much because most of the product is intentionally grown for that on site. It’s not like they’re going out into the wild and trampling all over endangered species for the hell of it for the most part.

    I feel like that shot in of her in the Alexander Wang sport outfit just goes to show how bad the plastic surgery has been. The hip to waist ratio is just unsettling, and the breast implants are too big for her frame – you can see where their weight is pulling them down. (Which, IMO, what’s the point then?? The whole reason I’d get them is for the lift!)

  17. BengalCat😻 says:

    My cats would have a blast tearing into all those flowers.

  18. Beth says:

    Messy, dirty and a waste of flowers and money. I love flowers, so my bf planted roses in the flower bed in my yard. Once in a while he brings me a vase of pretty flowers from the florist, but never would go ridiculous and OTT like Travis Scott

  19. blinkers says:

    Love flowers, any amount, and also big gestures. It could mean a lot of things he’s love bombing her so frequently… I don’t really pay enough attention to guess. If it were me my partner would need to switch up the flower types though 🙂

    • Veronica S. says:

      Probably the same reason trophy wives keep their waists slim and faces beautiful – they need to keep their ATM machine happy.

  20. Tw says:

    So wasteful and stupid, like all things Kardashian.

  21. sommolierlady says:

    Does Travis even have a job?

    • Olive says:

      He just put out a new record this year that was VERY well-received by critics and he’s currently touring arenas in the US. you must not be familiar with hip hop, because he’s doing quite well for himself right now.

      I’m not a fan of his either, only took a few minutes to look this up.

  22. Maddy says:

    Major eye roll. The money wasted on all those flowers could have been donated to a food bank or some other worthwhile cause to help the less fortunate. This selfish OTT show of their wealth is appalling. Just saying…

  23. AnnaKist says:

    Profligate tossers, all of them.

  24. Lala11_7 says:

    I think about the growers and laborers and distributors who made that slice of Heaven happen…and I’m good with THAT aspect…

    I think about the MILLIONS of impressionable young girls and women who look at those extravagant displays and think that THEIR LIVES HAVE NO MEANING IF THEY CAN’T GET THAT OUTCOME ALSO…

    THAT…I am not good with…

    • me says:

      I bet you the expensive ass florist they hired to put those flowers and display together probably got paid wayyyyyy more than the growers and laborers did…which is sad.

  25. Gigi La Moore says:

    I don’t believe in telling people what to do with their money. That many flowers would probably cause me to have an asthma attack.

  26. Amber Linn says:

    “Thank you, hubby”? When did she get married? I missed it?

    • me says:

      It’s all for attention and ratings. They want us thinking they got engaged but probably didn’t. This is what this family does best.

  27. Suz says:

    My husband can’t even buy me flowers because our cat just tries to eat them. 🙁

  28. ChillyWilly says:

    It’s a waste and they are a waste of skin.

  29. Lynne says:

    I think the coven, I mean K family….have a contract with a florist and they are automatically delivered. One bill a year for all the homes.

  30. Littlefishmom says:

    I hate getting flowers, so wasteful. This would not make me happy.

  31. Case says:

    These people are VERY BIG on grand floral arrangements, flower walls, etc.

    I feel like such a negative Nancy for saying this, but I really don’t like getting cut flowers. My dad very sweetly brought some to my home twice recently and I was like “Thank you, this is really thoughtful, but I don’t know how else to say this…I really don’t like getting flowers, I’m sorry.”

    You forget to water them one day and they start dying, smell terrible, and make a mess when you’re trying to get rid of them. I’ll keep my fake flowers!

  32. Nah says:

    Florist here: this isn’t my style but I wish I was the florist being paid to do this because they must have made bank. Remember, when buying flowers you aren’t just buying the product but years of training (if you’re going to the right florist) and our ridiculous hard work. We work 4am till late and create the most amazing things. I love my job so much but it’s exhausting and sad when people don’t understand the talent behind what we do. Kylie is a lucky girl to have get such natural beauty as a gift.

  33. Jeanette Rushing says:

    I can whatever and waste on this all I want..but still deep down inside..JEALOUS. Travis, keep it up dude.

  34. Aries-Mira says:

    Too much bloody money! A waste on multiple levels.

  35. enike says:

    Its okey for birthdays (the 21st non the less) to go big

    I remember my brother did this (on a smaller level, like 20 years ago) to her girlfriend´s 18th birthday (its a big one in our country in Europe), he asked her brother to let him in to their house at the night and filled her room with flowers, like the whole room, while she was sleeping, and she woke up to it… (can be dangerous, but no lilies were involved)

    PS. I am sure they gave some of the flowers to their staff or someone afterwards

  36. Lis says:

    I am with the rest of you not really a fan of getting real flowers but hubby knows I love fake fliers because I get to keep them forever so he buys me flowers made of glass, plastic, paper or other materials instead. My wedding bouquet was even fake flowers which are now in a vase by my bed and I love them.

  37. Damn, ya’ll are snarky.