Stormi Webster's reunited after confirming they are not in a non-committed relationship.
The duo has been spending a lot of time together lately, and are reportedly rekindling their romance which they ended in October 2019, one year after welcoming their daughter.
Kylie Jenner even spoke out about their relationship ahead of the event, revealing they are not in an open relationship despite rumors.
Taking to her social media, the 23-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star tweeted, "You guys really just make up anything" and included a screenshot of an article with a headline about their "open" relationship status.
Making it clear that an open relationship isn't her style, Kylie added, "I'm not discrediting anyone who is in an open relationship but it's just careless and disrespectful to throw this narrative out there without knowing what's true."
After settling that mess, Kylie slipped into a skintight, black jumpsuit and flaunted her killer body alongside her baby daddy, who showed up to support his lady's older sister.
Kylie and Travis weren't the only stars in attendance for the controversial tequila brand's launch party at West Hollywood's hotspot The Nice Guy.
The couple joined A-listers like Katy Perry, Drake, Chris Brown, Justin and Hailey Bieber, Odell Beckham Jr., and, of course, Kendall's famous sisters -- Kim and Khloé -- and the family's momager, Kris Jenner.
The stars flew past photographers that were waiting outside the restaurant for the money shots but once inside they all let loose!
Kendall was under fire earlier this week with many accusing her of cultural appropriation with her 818 tequila ad.
The video showed the 25-year-old model wearing traditional Mexican garb while riding horses through a field in Jalisco as native farmers gather the ingredients to make her tequila.
People on social media immediately began accusing the star of cultural appropriation, tone-deafness, colonizing, and exploitation.
Others insisted Kendall's "marketing team hates her," remembering her 2017 Pepsi commercial that caused so much controversy the soda giant pulled it.
That drama surrounded Kendall's 818 -- named after her Calabasas area code -- didn't seem to matter to her famous friends who flocked to the party to kick off their weekend.