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Travis Barker’s son Landon ‘dating’ TikTok star Charli D’Amelio

The youngest son of Travis Barker has gradually begun to emerge from the elongated shadow of his father with his promising career in the world of music, which has led him to collaborate on the single ‘die in california’ by Machine Gun Kelly, and becoming a fashion icon for the new generations.

The only thing he lacked to consolidate his own fame was to be part of a ‘power couple’, and it seems that he has succeeded. Everything indicates that Landon has started a romance with the influencer Charli D’Amelio, who until a few days ago was the person with the most followers on the TikTok platform. The two have coincided at several events over the past few months and even visited the same tattoo artist on the same day, though they shared separate photos on Instagram of the ink designs that had been made.

Although he was previously known in Los Angeles social circles for being the son of a rock star, there is no doubt that Landon’s popularity has skyrocketed in recent months thanks to Kourtney Kardashian, his father’s new wife. The young man has appeared in several episodes of the new reality of the Kardashians with his two sisters, Alabama and Aitana, who is actually the daughter of boxer Oscar De La Hoya, his mother’s former partner, but has always maintained a very close relationship with Travis.

Kourtney has tried to emulate her own mother, Kris Jenner, who created a modern family when she married Caitlyn Jenner before their transition by bringing together the eight children they had in common from previous relationships before they welcomed two more girls: Kendall and Kylie. Since she began her relationship with the drummer of Blink-182, the founder of the Poosh portal has focused on getting the three offspring she shares with her ex Scott Disick to get used to spending time with the three of Travis, despite the fact that the latter are already teenagers, and often organizes dinners so that they are all sitting at the same table together.

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