It’s been two months since Kylie Jenner welcomed her first child, but still, there are those who have doubts about baby Stormi’s parentage.
Kylie is still dating Travis Scott, and she reportedly has zero doubts that he’s the father of her baby.
But not everyone is quite so sure…
From the moment Kylie’s pregnancy was made public, there have been rumors that her ex, Tyga, is Stormi’s father.
And apparently, T-Raww was initially among those who believed he might have been the one who got Kylie pregnant.
Details about the timeline are hard to come by, but it seems there was enough of an overlap between Kylie’s relationships with Travis and Tyga that she was forced to entertain the possibility that either man could be the father.
Sources say Tyga demanded a paternity test, and Kylie consented on one condition:
He would have to agree that if the test confirmed he’s not Stormi’s dad, then he would never mention the issue again.
“Tyga has been demanding a paternity test throughout Kylie’s pregnancy but she wouldn’t hear of it,” one insider tells Life & Style.
“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.”
But it seems he was so persistent that she finally gave into his demand for medical evidence.
“After a lot of pressure from Tyga, she finally gave in, but under one condition, that Tyga would never talk about it again,” says the source.
Shortly thereafter, the rapper posted a cryptic tweet which seems to be his way addressing the Kylie controversy without mentioning anyone by name:
“I’ve never said anything about someone else’s child or family insinuating my involvement; and will never do so,” he wrote.
“Please, stop spreading false stories and attacking people’s families. I have nothing to do with any of that. People should be able to live in peace.”
So we guess that’s the final word on the matter.
We’re sure it was awkward for everyone involved, but in the end, it seems both parties came away satisfied.
And as a bonus, they didn’t even need to get Maury Povich involved.