Kylie Jenner was forced to take a paternity test to prove Travis Scott is definitely Stormi Webster's father, The Sun reports.
The story follows claims that Jenner's previous love interest Tyga, whom she dated for two years, was demanding a DNA test shortly after she gave birth to a baby girl 1st February. According to RadarOnline: "Tyga wants a DNA test because he really thinks that there is a chance this baby could be his.
And while Tyga later took to Twitter to clear up any rumours that he was unclear about who the father was (he wrote "I’ve never said anything about someone else’s child or family insinuating my involvement; and will never do so. 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."), a new report suggests Kylie had already taken the paternity test by this point.
I’ve never said anything about someone else’s child or family insinuating my involvement; and will never do so.
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.— T-Raww (@Tyga) March 26, 2018
"Tyga has been demanding a paternity test throughout Kylie’s pregnancy but she wouldn’t hear of it", a source told The Sun. "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.
"After a lot of pressure from Tyga, she finally gave in, but under one condition, that Tyga would never talk about it again.
"While Tyga agreed, after the test came back negative he tweeted a statement that revealed he isn't the father and has done nothing wrong. He can't take back what he did and this could have ruined his relationship with the Kardashian family for good.", the insider concluded.
Whether this 'source' report is reliable or not is up for debate, but one thing is certain: Stormi had a very lovely Easter weekend with both Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott in tow.
H/T Cosmo UK