Kris Jenner ended rumors that Tyga is actually the father of Kylie Jenner's baby like the boss momager she is
It’s been more than a month since Kylie Jenner confirmed her pregnancy and introduced the world to her daughter, Stormi Webster. One would assume that because we now know all the facts, the drama and gossip surrounding the pregnancy would go away…right? Wrong. Despite the fact that Kylie has stated that her boyfriend, rapper Travis Scott, is Stormi’s father, rumors persist that the dad is someone else: Kylie’s ex, Tyga. The family isn’t having any of it, of course. Kris Jenner just shut down rumors that Tyga is actually the father, and you have to read what she said.
We’re not sure where these rumors came from, but it certainly isn’t the first we’ve heard them. Kylie and Tyga broke up around April 2017, and it wasn’t long after that Kylie began dating Travis Scott. When pregnancy rumors about Kylie first surfaced, some fans chose to believe the baby could be Tyga’s — probably because the two were on and off for so long, and maybe they just wanted to believe in that romance. (We should note, however, that Tyga made a joke about the baby being his on Snapchat following the initial news of Jenner’s pregnancy.) Whatever the reason, rumors have stuck around.
Even after confirming Travis Scott as the father, news outlets still ran stories about whether or not Tyga might be Kylie’s actual baby daddy.
Lately, there have been quite a few stories claiming that Tyga wants a paternity test. The Jenner-Kardashian clan hadn’t discussed those rumors…until now, when Kris defended her youngest daughter.
Kris made an appearance on the 106.5 radio show Kyle and Jackie O., during which host Kyle brought up the gossip about Kylie. He said, “Tyga was chiming in saying maybe it was his baby.”
It wasn’t too surprising that Kris didn’t let the conversation go any further than that. She immediately jumped in, saying,
So that settles that: Travis Scott is Stormi’s dad, and Tyga is totally out of the picture. Hey, if Kris Jenner says it, we believe it.