A new story about Tyga wanting to meet Kylie Jenner's daughter Stormi is completely made-up. Not only is it absurd and illogical, but its quotes are so clearly fabricated that the article is almost comical. Gossip Cop can expose a particularly untrustworthy website for this ridiculous report.
According to HollywoodLife, Tyga "isn't over his ex-girlfriend Kylie" and inexplicably is desperate to meet the baby girl she had with Travis Scott, whose real name is Jacques Webster. The site seems to believe that if it fills its articles with (bogus) quotations that it will somehow lend credence to its tall tales. So, in this case, the aptly nicknamed HollywoodLies has an unnamed and untraceable "source" quoted as saying, "Tyga still misses Kylie and really wants to see her and meet her baby Stormi Webster."
Of course, no real person would say, "meet her baby Stormi Webster." An actual source would say, "meet her baby," "meet her daughter," or just "meet Stormi." The inclusion of the baby's last name should have been among the first clues that once again the website has made up a phony story to dupe visitors.
Further along in its manufactured report, the outlet's same seemingly fake "source" says, "Tyga has been dying to see Kylie's baby to decide in person if the baby could look like him at all." "It really bothers Tyga that Kylie had a baby with someone else," adds the supposed tipster. The often discredited website is basically floating the rumor that Tyga's possibly the real father of "baby Stormi" because he allegedly wants to see "in person if the baby could look like him at all." But whoever came up with the phony quotation trips him or herself up in the next line when it acknowledges that even Tyga knows "Kylie had a baby with someone else."
Towards the end of its clearly manufactured story, HolllywoodLies throws in how fans are "urging [Tyga] to get a paternity test." Wait, so even though Tyga is aware that Kylie's baby isn't his, he wants to see the child for himself just because fans think he should get a paternity test? It's all nonsense.
It should be noted that family matriarch Kris Jenner already shut down paternity rumors involving Tyga. In an interview earlier this month on the Australian radio show, "Kyle and Jackie O.," when the topic was brought up, Kris responded, "I think that was just a bunch of silly rumors as usual," adding, "Yeah you guys know better than that."
Back in September after news emerged that the makeup mogul was expecting, Tyga stirred the pot that he could be the baby's father when he captioned a story on Snapchat about Kylie's pregnancy with the words, "Hell nah thats my kid." And while the rapper quickly deleted that lie, unreliable outlets have been using that briefly posted fib to concoct all sorts of untrue scenarios, including this latest fake news from HollywoodLies. But it's very clear that Travis Scott is listed as Stormi's father on her birth certificate.
Of course, Gossip Cop would be remiss if we didn't point out how the website churned out one untrue story after another when Kylie was still pregnant, trying to tie her to her ex-boyfriend. There was a tale about Tyga wanting to be in the delivery room with her. There was also an article 13 days before she gave birth that maintained Kylie was "still open to rekindling" with Tyga. And there was even a bizarre story just two days before Stormi was born that asserted Kylie was "wishing she was having ex Tyga's child instead of Travis Scott's."
But those stories were all lies, much like scores of other articles that outlet has crafted over the years. At one point, Kylie even tweeted, "Don't let [HollywoodLife] fool you." Well, don't be fooled by this latest story about Tyga wanting to meet Kylie's daughter Stormi. It's also unquestionably made-up.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.