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Rihanna, Travis Scott ‘could become exclusive’

Published 10/09/2015

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Rihanna’s alleged romance with rapper Travis Scott is said to be heating up rapidly.

The 27-year-old Only Girl (In the World) singer has been romantically connected to a number of men recently, including actor Leonardo DiCaprio and racing driver Lewis Hamilton.

But it seems Rihanna has now set her sights on 23-year-old rapper Travis.

"They are not exclusive, but could become that," a source told ET Online. "They both are enjoying time together."

Rihanna is said to have attended every single one of Travis’ sold out shows at the Gramercy Theatre in New York this week.

And onlookers claim her enthusiasm for the hip hop star was clear as she rocked out in the audience.

"Something is definitely going on with those two," another insider noted. "She was sitting in the VIP section and was singing and dancing along to all his songs. She looked like she was having a great time."

After Travis’ Wednesday night show, Rihanna supposedly spent three hours with him backstage at the venue before they headed off to party at the nearby No. 8 nightclub.

According to onlookers, the alleged couple were flirting up a storm.

"They were all over each other inside the club," a source noted.

Rihanna and Travis have been engaging in multiple activities of late around the Big Apple which indicate they are dating.

On Monday they dined at The Spotted Pig for dinner, capping off the evening with a visit to Griffin nightclub. Then on Tuesday they had a meal at La Esquina before making an appearance at Travis’ star-studded private party. The exclusive event was held at the Up&Down club with superstars like Justin Bieber and Kris Jenner in attendance.

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