Tyga DEMANDS a DNA Test Over Kylie Jenner's Baby Stormi!!

09 February, 2018, 03:46 | Author: Julio Duncan
  • Tyga DEMANDS a DNA Test Over Kylie Jenner's Baby Stormi!!

Even I, a devout KUWTK fan, was concerned - I remember myself as a 20-year-old, and I can't imagine starting a family so young. Kanye would be proud.

There's at least one person in the world who understands both the power and burden that comes with being named Stormi - the name given by Kylie Jenner to her new baby girl.

February 1st was a big day for Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner as their little bundle of joy, Stormi Webster, was born. She added this cute little Youtube video taking us along the journey of her pregnancy starting with Kris Jenner's birth of Kylie (aww). That's the power of a secret. She soon amended the caption to the photo, writing, "Goodness gracious that was bad caption timing lol (sic)".

Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott chose not to give their daughter, Stormi, a middle name.

When the outlet caught her coming out of a Starbucks, they asked what she thought of Jenner and beau Travis Scott naming their child Stormi. Ever. Amassing 15 million likes and more than 536,000 comments, the post quickly surpassed a number of huge Instagram contenders.


Before he left, he noted that he 'would love to meet the baby'.

Hailey said she was "super excited" for that and thinks "she's so awesome for this the way", Kylie has done it so far.

Interestingly - well, for us, anyway - the baby wasn't brought into the world not with the go-to doc of choice of the Jenner-Kardashians, Dr. Paul Crane. Again, babies are "like" machines.

Her wedding picture to husband Kanye West took in an impressive 2.4 million likes only a few months earlier.

"We're cool, we're just chilling".

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