Ex-boyfriend Tyga asks Kylie Jenner for Stormi Webster paternity test
Kylie Jenner’s former boyfriend, Tyga, is reportedly demanding a DNA test to see if he is the father of her child, Stormi, and not Travis Scott.
The internet lit up earlier this week when Kylie, 20, revealed to the world that she’d given birth to a baby girl.
The photo she shared of Stormi Webster on her Instagram account – after being born on 1 February – has broken a record for gaining the most ‘Likes’ in the format’s history and currently stands at a whopping 15.8 million.
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Musician Travis Scott, 25, is believed to be the father of Stormi, after dating Kylie (sometimes in an on-off capacity) since April of 2017.
Prior to this, she was dating rapper Tyga, 28, for around two years but now, according to a source at Radar, the star is desperate for a paternity test to determine if he is the father of the child.
‘Tyga wants a DNA test because he really thinks that there is a chance this baby could be his,’ the insider said. ‘Tyga told friends that he was still sexually active with Kylie nine months ago, when this baby was likely conceived.’
Anyone who can do basic maths can see that Kylie conceived Stormi around the end of April, which makes the question of who her father is a hotly debated topic.
Last September, Tyga took to Snapchat upon hearing the rumoured pregnancy to say ‘Hell nah, that’s my kid,’ before it was swiftly deleted, and later referring to the story as ‘fake news’.
The reality show star’s pregnancy had been kept under wraps and unconfirmed this whole time, regardless of some eagle-eyed fans spotting the revelation in the episode titles of the latest series of Keeping Up With The Kardashians on its Wikipedia page.
Despite Caitlyn Jenner also spilling the beans that Kylie was indeed with child, she did a solid job of keeping out of the spotlight and, as a result, no one was quite sure whether she was or wasn’t having a baby.
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