Travis Scott made his hyped Fortnite debut yesterday with an in-game concert (footage below). For the occasion, Scott tuned into Instagram Live to watch it all go down with 12.3 million fans. That is, until his daughter Stormi Webster crashed the livestream.

Scott's highly-anticipated Astronomical Fortnite concert finally kicked off yesterday. La Flame tried to capture the historic moment on his livestream, when his and Kylie Jenner's two-year-old daughter, Stormi, made a surprise cameo.

Scott picked up Stormi, putting her on camera for fans. "Say hi," he told her. Looking down at the screen with the livestream's chat, Stormi then asked her dad, "What's that?" Watch the adorable exchange below.

Stormi even took her turn on the controller, causing Scott to briefly interrupt his Live. Taking to his Instagram Story, the rapper posted a video of the toddler with a pair of headphones and a controller, writing "Stormi took over / Be back one sec."

Besides the brief and adorable interruption, Travis Scott's Fortnite concert saw a staggering 12.3 million people tune in, becoming the biggest event in the game’s history.

Watch the entire concert below.

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