Kylie Jenner had paternity test done on Stormi

2018-04-04 11:04
 

Cape Town - Reality TV star Kylie Jenner apparently had a paternity test done on her two-month-old daughter, Stormi, to prove her boyfriend, rapper Travis Scott (25), is the father.  

This comes after claims that Kylie’s ex Tyga (28), whom she dated for two years, was demanding a DNA test after she gave birth in February, Radar Online reports.

“Tyga wants a DNA test because he really thinks there’s a chance this baby could be his,” a source close to the rapper said.

“He told friends he was still sexually active with Kylie nine months ago when this baby was likely conceived.”

Although Tyga recently took to Twitter to put the baby-daddy rumours to rest, The Sun reveals Kylie (20) agreed to Tyga’s demands to take the test only if he vowed to never speak about it again.

The source revealed the make-up mogul was handed the results of the test – which were negative – right before she posted her first close-up snap of Stormi in March.

“The last thing Kylie wanted was everyone to think she might be hooking up with two men during the time she conceived,” the source said.

“Tyga has been demanding a paternity test throughout Kylie's pregnancy but she wouldn’t hear of it.”

“She still cares for Tyga but this isn’t something she ever wanted to agree to. Kylie begged him to back off because she didn’t need the embarrassment.”

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star and Tyga split in 2017 after she said she wanted to enjoy being young and single.

“There was no crazy fight, we just decided . . . Well, I decided that I’m really young. I don’t want to look back in five years from now and feel like he took something from me when he’s really not that type of person,” she said on her reality TV show Life of Kylie.

“There was absolutely not one thing wrong with me and T. He and I will always, always have a bond.”

Sources: metro.co.uk, thesun.co.uk, mirror.co.uk, cosmopolitan.com

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