Move over mom and dad. Stormi Webster, the 18-month-old daughter of Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner, made her red carpet debut Tuesday at the Los Angeles premiere for the new Netflix documentary Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly.
Scott announced the doc last week at a special pop-up event at Northwest Houston's Movie Exchange, where lucky fans made off with commemorative VHS tapes loaded with 60-second previews. The rest of us were forced to wait until August 28 to stream the finished product on Netflix.
As the name suggests, the project looks back on the 28-year-old's whirlwind rise from Missouri City nobody to Grammy-nominated superstar. It's filled with childhood footage of the rapper growing up, never-before-seen clips documenting Stormi's birth, and plenty of concert footage from the Astroworld tour. At one point in the film, Scott watches a video of a 2014 performance where maybe 15 people were in his crowd; later, it cuts to the 2019 Super Bowl, which Scott headlined alongside Maroon 5.
One wholesome tidbit: Stormi is credited as the movie's producer, alongside David Stromberg and Angus Wall.
Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly is currently streaming on Netflix.