Kylie Jenner is the queen of promo, with her Instagram constantly packed with advertisements for her cosmetics range, magazine shoots and whatever detox tea shes plugging.
But bizarrely, she has made no mention of the fact she stars in her boyfriends new video.
Travis Scott has dropped the biblical refernce-packed video for Stop Trying To Be God, and his baby mama Kylie pops up twice as a golden goddess.
The 20-year-old glows bright gold and cradles Travis, 25, as he is set on fire in a short cameo in the video – Traviss first video from his new album Astroworld.
And at the end of the video, Kylie appears in a golden gown as she sits in a manger – cradling a lamb which then mouths stop trying to be God. Trippy.
The Kylie-as-the-Virgin-Mary references come in a video which sees Travis as God, looking down at a world that is burning, baptising his fans, and walking with a flock of sheep.
Considering Kylies cameo in the extravagant video, its a tad odd that shes made no mention of the video on social media.
Stop Trying To Be God also features a cameo from James Blake, while Kid Cudi can be heard humming and Stevie Wonder can be heard playing harmonica.
Travis mentions Kylie quite a bit on Astroworld, with the song Skeletons referencing the early days of their relationship: We just rocked Coachella, I gave her of half of the check/It was good sex, I didnt mention to the net/Didnt pass the loud, that was out of respect.
And on Stargazing, the rapper – real name Jacques Webster – says: But she know my baby mama is a trophy/ She be throwing up them Bs feel like we both bleed.
While Kylie hasnt promoted the Stop Trying To Be God video, she has worn a t-shirt repping her mans album Astroworld, while baby Stormi has also been rocking the merch.
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A family that does promo together, stays together – something the Kardashian-Jenners know well.
Kylie previously appeared in her ex-boyfriend Tygas video for Stimulated, while Kim Kardashian famously starred in the steamy video for Kanye Wests song Bound 2.
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