Kylie Jenner’s pregnancy and the recent tragedy at Travis Scott’s Astroworld concert are allegedly causing a strain on their relationship.

In its Nov. 22 issue, Star claimed that Jenner couldn’t be more stressed.

“They always have a roller-coaster relationship, but now that she’s pregnant and stuck at home, things have gotten worse because she’s feeling insecure and that’s making her extra paranoid that he’s cheating,” the source said.

Scott, for his part, is allegedly thinking of ways on how to make it up to Jenner. And he thinks that showering his baby mama with gifts is what works for the makeup mogul.

“He’s the first to admit they’ve had problems recently, and showering Kylie with expensive bling is always a good way to get him back into her good books. She’s got no use with people thinking they’re engaged because she loves the positive buzz and gets a kick out of keeping everyone guessing,” the source said.

Days earlier, Scott was embroiled in a major controversy after nine people that attended his Astroworld concert died. The rapper didn’t directly have anything to do with the accident, but he’s being sued for still continuing his performance even after his guests urged him to stop the show.

On Thursday, a 22-year-old senior from Houston, Texas was added to the long list of people who have died following the incident.

According to ABC 13, Bharti Shahani was rushed to the hospital after she was stomped on at the concert. Video footage of the medical rescue team allowing her to fall to the ground also surfaced online.

Shahani was declared brain dead when she arrived at the hospital. And her family decided to remove her from life support. Days later, she passed away.

But while the incident must be traumatic for Jenner and Scott, it’s not true that it’s adding more tension to their relationship.

In fact, Jenner previously came to Scott’s defense by saying that the rapper only found out that an accident occurred after he got home.

“Travis and I are broken and devastated. My thoughts and prayers are with all who lost their lives, were injured, or were affected in any way by yesterday’s events. And also for Travis who I know cares deeply for his fans and the Houston community, I want to make it clear we weren’t aware of any fatalities until the news came out after the show, and in no world would have continued filming or perform,” Jenner said in a statement.