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Travis Barker’s Zodiac Sign Makes Him A Passionate & Loyal Partner


Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian’s romance kind of seems like it came out of nowhere. It was friends one day, hot and heavy the next, but when you consider that Travis Barker’s zodiac sign is Scorpio and Kardashian’s is Aries, that really shouldn’t come as a surprise. Neither is a shrinking violet when it comes to love. Aries leaps before they look, and while Scorpio’s not as quick to open up, when they do they go all the way. Outwardly, this can look like an overnight romance, but chances are this has been brewing for a while, at least on Barker’s end. That is if he’s typical of his zodiac sign.

Barker was born Nov. 14, 1975, under the sign of Scorpio. Those familiar with this sign know that they’re one of the most mysterious and…



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