Kylie Jenner reveals little daughter’s dad in recent photo — 'Stormi's parents'

Ksenia Novikova
Jun 01, 2018
11:29 A.M.
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The famous star finally took to social media and talked about who the real father of her child is.


Kylie Jenner responded to the longstanding allegations regarding her daughter, Stormi's paternity. Taking to Instagram, Jenner shared a snapshot of herself with rap artist Travis Scott and simply wrote in the caption, 'Stormi's parents.'

The photo she shared was taken at the Met Gala, where the couple walked the red carpet together for the first time since Stormi's birth. They even synchronized their looks and appearance for the event, looking like a perfect couple.

Jenner's caption confirmed that the father of her child was indeed the American rapper artist, Scott.  

Although she has claimed this to be true since the very beginning, with Scott's name even appearing on Stormi's birth certificate, speculations have emerged suggested that the real father might be someone else


Amid allegations that Jenner's bodyguard, Tim Chung, is the real father of Stormi, Chung took to Instagram to clarify the situation and to defend himself.

In the social media post, he admitted that he was a private man and would seldom answer to gossips and stories. Nevertheless, he is willing to respond to the recent allegations put against him 'out of the respect for Kylie, Travis, their daughter together and their families."

He further wrote in his Instagram post, '...I would like to set the record straight and say that my interactions with Kylie and her family have been limited in strictly a professional capacity only.'


He also requested the media not to drag his name in the allegations that are hugely disrespectful for Jenner and her partner.

Several allegations also pointed fingers at Jenner's ex, Tyga, and speculated that he was the real father of Stormi. Tyga, however, took to Twitter to clarify his situation by claiming that he had never stated anything about another person's child or family.

'Please, stop spreading false stories and attacking people's families,' Tyga also wrote in the Twitter post.