A story claiming Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are "fighting over her decision to stay in hiding while pregnant" is made up. In actuality, the rapper supports his girlfriend's decision during this private time. Gossip Cop can debunk the manufactured report.
HollywoodLife, the same webloid that has questioned whether Jenner is really pregnancy, now claims it "exclusively learned" she and Scott had a Thanksgiving-related argument "over her decision to hide her alleged pregnancy from the public." The site doesn't know for sure that the reality star is pregnant, but wants readers to believe it has details on a fight they had behind closed doors. That's completely illogical, but let's take a close look at the contentions.
According to the outlet, for the holiday Jenner was "invited to join Travis in his hometown of Houston, but she decided to kick it with her family at home, where she would be far from the public eye." The online publication maintains that choice "left Travis with a bad taste in his mouth," and quotes a so-called "source" as saying, "Travis is super supportive of Kylie and obviously wants her to do whatever she needs to do to take the best care of herself but he does wish she'd come out of hiding."
"She doesn't want to be photographed at all right now. They had a bit of a fight over it," asserts this supposed snitch. Conveniently, however, the blog's purported tipster confirms "they made up" already since "he can't ever stay mad at her for long." So, not only does HollywoodLies, as it's nicknamed, want readers to take its word when the webloid only thinks she's "allegedly" pregnant, but it expects people to believe that someone close to the couple ran to squeal about a fight they had this week, even though they already reconciled.
Here's what's really going on: A few days ago, People correctly reported that Jenner plans to be out of the spotlight until the baby's birth. Now HollywooodLies concocted a story about her and Scott fighting over that plan. And since he did not spend Thanksgiving with Jenner, the site saw fit to manufacture its premise about an argument.
But Gossip Cop is told that far from being upset with Jenner for staying at home, Scott is completely attentive to her needs and is down with keeping their privacy during this special time. We're also told by a Kardashian-Jenner insider that no one close to them would run to tell HollywoodLies about a dispute, even if one occurred (which it didn't). After all, Jenner herself one tweeted about the site, "Don't let em fool you."
And it's the same outlet that tried to dupe readers into thinking Jenner was pregnant in 2015. That obviously wasn't true and indicates that the publication has been out of the loop for years. It is not suddenly getting scoops now while still unable to confirm that she's really expecting this time around.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.