Friday, 20 April, 2018

So This Is Why Kylie Jenner Won't Confirm Her Pregnancy

Kylie Jenner and Tyga So This Is Why Kylie Jenner Won't Confirm Her Pregnancy
Stacy Diaz | 13 January, 2018, 05:19

After the screenshots went viral, several other Twitter users reported their "sources" confirmed Kylie's location and birth status.

The insane part is that Kylie still hasn't even officially announced that she's with child, despite the fact that news of her pregnancy was confirmed by Kardashian sources back in September.

One user wrote 'Me trying to find out if Kylie Jenner is in labor:' along with a.gif of Kris Jenner saying 'This is a case for the Federal Bureau of Investigation'.

However, Kylie has shunned the spotlight entirely since and when the 20-year-old didn't make an appearance on the annual Kardashian/Jenner Christmas card, rumours reached a new level entirely.

'Her not being out is strictly personal preference. "This is a decision she made early on in her pregnancy and she's sticking by it". Kim moved in with her mum when she had Saint and Kris is such a hands-on grandmother, it was flawless.

So far, neither Kylie nor any of her famous relatives have commented on the rumors of labor but sources exclusively tells In Touch that those close to Ky are preparing for labor.

She even takes a jab at Kylie's cosmetic rituals adding, "Let me tell you something, you can do whatever you want to yourself, but the baby is still going to look like the old you.just saying".

In recent weeks, speculation has grown about whether the reality TV star and her boyfriend Travis Scott have split.

"This cheating thing with Offset and Cardi has got her more anxious than ever", the insider explained.

The narrator emphasizes the episode will bring "announcements" and 'big news'. Though it's unclear how the rumor originated, there's one message circulating that allegedly came from someone in the hospital claiming that she's in labor (we know what you're thinking - not only is it a third-hand source, but it's also a major HIPPA violation...).