Kanye West Not North’s “Real Daddy”?
Kanye West is 100 percent North West’s biological father, despite an absurd tabloid report claiming Kim Kardashian used an ex-boyfriend’s sperm to get pregnant. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this “real daddy” rumor. We’re told it’s “complete garbage.”
According to Star, Kardashian had her embryos frozen around 2012 because she was worried her biological clock was ticking and wanted to ensure she’d be able to have a baby. The tabloid then goes on to claim that the reality star wanted to conceive a child with West shortly after they began dating, but he wasn’t ready. Enter a so-called source who alleges, “Kim may have had one of the embryos implanted. She didn’t have time to wait for Kanye.”
The tabloid’s dubious source further claims when West and Kardashian announced they were expecting their first chid in December 2012, her friends were supposedly “suspicious” because the two hadn’t been together that long. The magazine’s seemingly phony insider adds, “People are speculating that Kim tricked Kanye into believing they conceived in Italy so he wouldn’t figure out the real story that she’d already been implanted with an embryo that had another man’s DNA!”
The magazine’s story gets even more preposterous, if possible, when it notes the couple’s newborn son Saint might not be the rapper’s biological child either, because Kardashian may have used her frozen embryos once again to give North a “full-blood sibling.” The magazine’s specious “source” claims, “Kim’s inner circle is not convinced about North’s paternity… If it ever came out that Kanye isn’t their father, it would tear the family apart.”
Gossip Cop checked in with Kardashian’s rep, who exclusively assures us that the tabloid’s far-fetched and convoluted story is “complete garbage.” This ridiculous claim is coming from the same magazine Gossip Cop recently called out for alleging that West and Kardashian were headed for a “$1 billion divorce.” Much like that claim, the publication’s latest concocted tale about West’s paternity being in question is unquestionably untrue.