Kylie Jenner's 29-year-old baby daddy showed his support for Kim Kardashian's soon-to-be ex-husband when he rocked the exact same head-scratching face covering as the Jesus Is King rapper.
Travis took to his social media on Wednesday, just hours after Kanye made his couple's debut with supermodel Irina Shayk.
Rumors began to swirl the duo were an item last month, and they confirmed those rumors by jetting off to France together for Kanye's 44th birthday.
His latest Instagram post says it all.
The same day as Kanye emerged with his new supermodel babe, Travis took a selfie wearing the bizarre face covering that West had sported just one week prior.
Concealing his entire face with a gray mask with Jesus on it, the Highest In The Room rapper didn't hesitate to show off his religious-inspired mask that was first made famous by Kanye.
The sack-like material can't be comfortable, especially because it doesn't have a mouth or nose opening. Instead, the mask features several small holes in the middle.
Travis posted the face-covered selfie without a caption, but the picture is worth a thousand words.
Hours prior, Kanye and Irina were photographed back on U.S. soil after their whirlwind trip to the romantic region of Provence in southeastern France.
In the first-ever photos of the new couple, Irina already looked comfortable with the 22-time Grammy winner.
Shutterbugs snapped away while the couple entered a car before leaving the New Jersey airport.
Meanwhile, Radar learned Kim had no idea about her estranged husband's new relationship.
“Kim found out about Irina Shayk the same way everyone else did, she read about it in the press,” sources told us.
“Kim was blindsided. They have not only not spoken in months and now their teams have almost zero contact too. When they split up, everyone had to pick a side. You were either Team Kim or Team Kanye. Anyone the tried to remain neutral, is no longer in either of their lives," they added.
Kim filed for divorce from Kanye in February after six years of marriage.
They are currently battling it out in a $2.1 billion divorce.
The former couple shares four kids -- North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm.