A report claiming Khloe Kardashian "loves keeping everyone guessing by teasing [a] baby bump" was made up. It comes from the same webloid that has continually flip-flopped on whether or not she's pregnant, all the while falsely claiming to have "exclusive" details about the pregnancy. Gossip Cop can expose this latest fabrication.
HollywoodLife is claiming it "EXCLUSIVELY learned" Kardashian is "loving the attention she's getting with this guessing game," and fans shouldn't "expect a pregnancy confirmation to come anytime soon." A so-called "Kardashian insider" is quoted as saying, "Khloe is getting so much attention with this pregnancy guessing game — there's not any real motivation to confirm it yet. She's having fun teasing people and keeping them guessing. The big payoff is that it's helping build lots of interest for the show, but it's also fun for her. She's having fun messing with people."
Actually, the real reason Kardashian hasn't confirmed her pregnancy is because she's valuing her privacy during this most intimate of times. At some point she will share her personal news with the world, but she's not refraining rom doing so just because it's "fun" and she likes "messing with people." Also, "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" isn't exactly hurting for publicity, and fans would be interested in the show regardless of whether she makes an official announcement. Yet HollywoodLies, as the site is known, goes on to pass judgment, opining, "We have to admit, it's super odd that Khloe hasn't confirmed her pregnancy yet, as it was first reported in late September," and urging, "We wish she would put an end to this guessing game."
But this isn't a "game." This is Kardashian's real life and motherhood is the most important experience she's ever had. The outlet also gives itself away as totally bogus by asserting it has an "Kardashian insider" but also maintaining it's not clear if the reality star is actually pregnant. If the online publication actually had "insiders" and "sources," it would know for sure whether or not she's expecting and not use cautionary, speculative phrases like "Khloe has covered her potential baby bump."
Gossip Cop already pointed this out last week when HollywoodLies questioned whether Kardashian really has a baby bump after more than a month of running stories with supposed "exclusive" scoop on her pregnancy. In one instance, the blog actually claimed it had the details of Kardashian's "sizzling sex life during pregnancy." If the webloid really knew that private information, surely it wouldn't also be second-guessing whether she's actually expecting and begging her to end the "game." But the site, simply put, is full of it, and it's obvious this new tale was made up just like the ones that came before it because the publication doesn't really have inside access.
Lastly, on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" this week, Kardashian's sister Kim explained she and Kylie Jenner will speak out when they're ready. They don't have to comment simply because HollywoodLies wants them to, and shame on the outlet for suggesting otherwise, particularly given all the lies it tells about the family day in and day out.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.