A story claiming Kylie Jenner has "major regrets" about getting pregnant with Travis Scott's baby instead of Tyga's is 100 percent made-up. No one genuinely close to Jenner would ever make such a comment. Gossip Cop can bust this shamefully fabricated report.
Throughout Jenner's pregnancy, HollywoodLife has been trying to peddle a love triangle narrative involving her ex-boyfriend and her current beau. Of course, she and Tyga currently have nothing to do with each other, and she is expecting a baby with Scott in a matter of days. But earlier this month, the website tried continuing its manufactured storyline by alleging Jenner was "open" to a reconciliation with Tyga.
As Gossip Cop pointed out then, not only have friends and family members like Kim Kardashian stayed mum about Jenner's pregnancy, but no one in the makeup mogul's inner circle would ever publicly speak about her wanting to be with one man while carrying another man's baby. The notion is beyond far-fetched and inappropriate, to say the least. HollywoodLies, as it's known, is in similar territory with this latest piece, in which it's claimed the "KUWTK" star is "having a case of baby daddy regret." Readers are supposed to believe the blog has "exclusive details on how she's wishing she was having ex Tyga's child instead of Travis Scott's."
A so-called "source close to the cosmetics queen" is quoted as saying, "Kylie is dealing with major regrets over her pregnancy as her due date quickly approaches. She is second guessing the biggest decision in her life." This supposed source goes on to contend that the mom-to-be is "starting to think he she made the wrong decision by deciding to have a baby with someone who is no longer present much in her life." But it's readily apparent these purported quotes are concocted.
For example, no real person would say in conversation, "Kylie can't help but wonder how things would be different if her baby was Tyga's. She misses her ex Tyga." The language structure there is completely unnatural. What's also unnatural is for a parent to openly express regret about conceiving a child. Whatever Scott's perceived shortcomings may or may not be, and regardless of whether their relationship goes the distance (though Gossip Cop is told it's good), Jenner will never regret that their romance produced her baby girl. Loving mothers do not regret their kids.
Yet HollywoodLies wants people to think the expectant star is having someone close to her publicly say that she wishes she had her baby with someone else. That would be incredibly hurtful and offensive to her daughter, should she ever read that report. Any suggestion that Jenner is unhappy having this baby is hurtful and false, Gossip Cop is told.
The crux of these stories seem to be that the first-time mom doesn't have a stable partner. But as Jenner gears up for childbirth, People rightly reported on Monday that Scott is "around and supportive." There's a reason credible publications are not making the same outrageous claims as HollywoodLies: The outlet is making it all up. UPDATE: Jenner gave birth to daughter Stormi two days after HollywoodLife's erroneous report and, contrary to its contention that she "regrets" not having the baby with Tyga, she released a 11:32 video on YouTube that chronicled her pregnancy, delivery and incredibly loving relationship with Scott.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.