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Travis Scott was forced to answer the age old question this week, “What do you get the person who already has pretty much everything?” as Kylie Jenner turned 21 with the most extravagant celebration. But in true Kardashian style, Scott completely outdid himself by gifting his girlfriend with a vintage Rolls Royce.

Alongside a whole host of other lavish birthday gifts, Kylie Jennerreceived the vintage car from the father of daughter Stormi Webster. Taking to Instagram to celebrate the insane present, Kylie wrote, “a blessed birthday ✨ so grateful..” alongside a photo of her brand new baby.

This isn’t the first time that Scott has bought Jenner a car. As a push present, the rapper allegedly gave the makeup mogul a $1.4 million Ferrari earlier this year, following the birth of their first child.

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Jenner was clearly enamored with the new-old car, as she posted several shots of it on social media, along with the caption, “a dream.”

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Scott paid tribute to the Kylie Cosmetics founder with an adorable Instagram tribute. Posing with his girlfriend, who he called his “wifey,” Scott revealed just how proud he is of his other half writing: “Happy bday wifey I love u mommy u my heart rib toes and all. May GOD continue to bless u and ur spirit. This mark in ur life is the start to more greatness.”

And that’s not all. Jenner also got a selection of crazy expensive gifts from everyone else in her life, including a gorgeous Louis Vuitton trunk, a Betty Boop-covered trunk from Kris Jenner, and a literal garden filled with red roses from Scott:

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This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US