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How a Nova Scotian helped rapper Travis Scott spread his wings

White Trash Tyler, center, at the premiere of Look Mom I Can Fly.
White Trash Tyler, center, at the premiere of Look Mom I Can Fly. - Contributed

Travis Scott has performed at the Superbowl and has a daughter with one of the Jenner/Kardashian clan, but he spent a lot of time hanging around with Nova Scotians recently.

That's because three of them were instrumental in the creation of the Netflix documentary Look Mom I Can Fly. 

The documentary follows Scott around as he creates the now-hit album Astroworld and gives a peek into the trials of his new role as a father to Kylie Jenner's baby girl.

The movie is directed by White Trash Tyler, an unapologetically-mulleted Nova Scotia filmmaker. The score and editing were also done by Nova Scotians close to the director.

White Trash Tyler is even thought to be behind a recent Kylie Jenner connection to Nova Scotia. The new mother was spotted in several locations, and later appeared on Instagram sporting a Nova Scotia hat and playfully flipping the camera the middle finger.

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