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Travis Scott Admits He Was 'Nervous & Scared' Inside Delivery Room With Kylie Jenner

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:33 a.m. ET

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Travis Scott is one proud daddy. This Sunday, during a talk with Ellen DeGeneres, the rapper opened up about his wildly successful Astroworld album, his life as a father and his love for baby daughter Stormi Webster.

Speaking of the weeks leading up to Stormi's birth, Travis, 26, admitted he felt "nervous and scared," especially because both he and Kylie Jenner, 21, were very young.

The fear carried into the delivery room, where he was accompanied by Kris Jenner, 63, who helped calm him down.

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"She helped me down because it was so scary," said Travis. "I cut the umbilical cord."

"There's this thing called the placenta I've been hearing about?" he added, recalling the experience. Still, he said, he was able to get through it with the momager's help.

"She held it down, mama K J. She's the best," said the rapper.

While he was certainly unsure about being a father at first, everything changed when he first held his baby girl in his arms.

"It's like this whole like warp, it just takes over your body. I never thought I could just love something so hard, you know? It's crazy," said Travis.

Now, 9-month-old Stormi is "animating" and "turning into a full-blown runner!"

As RadarOnline.com readers know, the "SICKO MODE" singer is currently on his Astroworld tour with both Kylie and Stormi. Though the young parents have yet to tie the knot, the Lip Kit mogul previously said they never spend a night without each other and are very happy with their relationship.

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