HollywoodLife is flip-flopping on the gender of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's unborn baby. The untrustworthy site previously reported the couple's surrogate was giving birth to a girl, but now it contends that the spouses don't want to know the sex of their third baby until he or she is born. Gossip Cop can expose the webloid's erratic reporting.
Sources told TMZ back in September that the reality star and rapper are expecting a girl. HollywoodLife later cited the article and suggested the couple's "famous friends should start shopping for pink." The site added, "We can't wait to meet her," before asking, "Now we're dying to know: what will they name their second daughter?" On Monday, however, the site published a conflicting report with the headline, "Kim Kardashian & Kanye West: Why They Don't Want To Know The Sex Of Their Third Baby." The accompanying article contains supposedly "exclusive" details about why the gender of their baby is being kept a mystery.
The unreliable outlet quotes a so-called "insider" as saying, "Kim and Kanye don't want to know the sex of their baby, they want to wait until it's born, and they don't care either way, as long as it's healthy." The questionable source adds, "They're both super excited about the baby, and Kim's been working on decorating a beautiful new nursery." Of course, this all begs the question, what happened to the couple having a baby girl?
It's unclear if HollywoodLife has developed amnesia or just makes up stories as it goes along, but Gossip Cop suspects the latter. Not only does the webloid's latest article about the baby's sex completely contradict its previous one, but it's all based on phony information from nonexistent insiders. Gossip Cop is assured that no one in the famous couple's trusted inner circle has spoken to the site about their unborn child.
Unfortunately, HollywoodLife is no stranger to flip-flopping on various aspects of the couple's life. Gossip Cop recently busted the site for regurgitating a false story about Kardashian and West getting a divorce, only to switch gears days later and pretend to have "exclusively" discovered they aren't breaking up. It's these types of constant inconsistencies that earned the site its nickname, HollywoodLies.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.