When did Scott Disick become a voice of reason? The KUWTK star has been giving Tyga advice when it comes to the paternity of his ex Kylie Jenner's newborn daughter Stormi — and he doesn't seem to think asking for a DNA test is a good idea for the rapper.
"Scott has been encouraging Tyga to get over it and move on from Kylie. Tyga has been complaining to Scott about his unresolved feelings for Kylie," a source told Hollywood LIfe. "Tyga feels like he belongs in the Kardashian family and he still wants a DNA test to determine paternity of the new baby, which might be his last chance at actually being in the family. But Scott is not having any of it." Watch the video below to see what advice Scott gave the "Rack City" artist.
Since welcoming her baby girl with Travis Scott, Tyga, 28, has been having a hard time accepting that Kylie is a mom without him. "Tyga has been very emotional since learning of the birth of Kylie’s baby. He is struggling with all types of feelings and he doesn’t know what to do," another source told the publication. "He has a lot of questions and most importantly he still wonders if there is a chance if that baby could be his. Tyga misses Kylie now more than ever, really wants to meet the baby, and wants some clarity and or closure on their situation."
In Touch previously reported that Tyga has been wanting a paternity test since news of her pregnancy first surfaced. "He really believes this could be his baby. He is talking nonstop to his friends about this being his child," an insider said. "He will try to get Kylie to have a DNA test." But, "Kylie is sure the father is Travis. She was only with him at the time she got pregnant," the source added.
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However, Kylie is not worried about her ex-boyfriend, and is focusing on motherhood and her baby girl. "She’s been crying tears of joy. She can’t believe she’s a mom,” another insider explained. “This is the first of many babies for Kylie. Nobody would be surprised if she has another one next year!” Seems like he should listen to Scott and move on!