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Kylie Jenner’s Ex Tyga Reportedly ‘Wants A DNA Test’ As Baby Stormi ‘Could Be His’!

Kylie Jenner‘s child saga is turning into an episode of Maury!

As we reported, after confirming her baby news on Super Bowl Sunday, the Life of Kylie star announced days later she named her little bundle of joy Stormi Webster!

Related:Twitter Reacts To Kylie Jenner Naming Her Baby Stormi !

Sadly, the drama surrounding her tight-lipped pregnancy is still far from over!

According to a Radar Online report written earlier the coming week, the lip kit queen’s ex Tyga is demanding a paternity exam as the infant MIGHT be his and not Travis Scott‘s!

A source uncovers:

“Tyga wants a DNA exam because he truly thinks that there is a chance this child could be his.”

Although the rapper and current realities Tv personality transgressed things off in April 2017, the insider says the former couple were still intimate nine months before Stormi’s birth in May 2017.

“Tyga told friends that he was still sexually active with Kylie nine months ago, when this babe was likely conceived.”

On Monday, information sources told Hollywood Life that the Rack City artist misses his former flame, and “wants to meet the baby.”

“He has a lot of questions and most importantly he still wonders if there is a chance if that newborn could be his. Tyga misses Kylie now now more than ever, really wants to meet the babe and craves some clarity and or closure on their situation.”

If Stormi is — in fact — his, “he wants to know for sure so he can man-up and be a good father, or try to move on once and for all.”

As we wrote in September 2017, Tyga posted and then deleted a Snapchat post where he claimed Ky’s baby is “my kid.”

Was he simply joking? Is everything there is a troll too ?? Tell us what YOU think( below )!

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