Travis Scott's Kylie Jenner Pregnancy Rumors Comment Is Super Mysterious
Until now, Kylie Jenner and the reported father of her child, Travis Scott, have not commented directly on any pregnancy reports at all. That has finally changed. Travis Scott has commented on Kylie Jenner's reported pregnancy in a new interview with Billboard.
His comments may not come as too much of a surprise to dedicated Kardashian family fans who have been following the youngest Jenner's entire pregnancy saga. Like the rest of the Kardashian-Jenner family before him, Scott was pretty mum on Jenner's reported pregnancy in the interview, which was first reported by TMZ in September. The interview even states that the pair, and possible soon-to-be parents, have not even confirmed their own relationship status just yet, so they're really keeping everything quiet. When interviewer, Alex Gale, asked the rapper, "Have you spoken to your father about becoming a father yourself?" Scott replied, "Uh... for what?" Gale again tried to get an answer out of Scott about the pregnancy news, to which Jenner's rumored beau said, "I don’t want to talk about that. They’re just guesses. Let them keep fishing."
Very, very interesting. Scott does not confirm or deny anything specifically here and only calls those reports "guesses." He also seems to be urging everyone to keep guessing what the situation is exactly. It's possible that his answer means that the pair isn't planning on making a confirmation anytime soon. Instead, they're going to let everyone "keep fishing" into the reports, which is probably how some of the more crazy Jenner-related pregnancy rumors have come about.
Scott also shares whether Kanye West, one of his mentors in the music industry, has given him any advice about "dating a fellow celebrity," since, as everyone knows, West is married to Jenner's sister Kim Kardashian. He said, "Nah. I haven't seen him deal with that. I just stay to myself." Again, the rapper is sort of mum on anything related to his rumored relationship.
Even though the pair's relationship hasn't been confirmed, it's been reported that the the two started dating in April when they were spotted at Coachella, according to Cosmopolitan. The couple were photographed on numerous other occasions after their music festival hangout, including at a basketball game in April. They also possibly attended the Met Gala together in May, also noted by Cosmopolitan.
Scott even appeared at Jenner's lavish 20th birthday part in August 2017. The reality star embraced the rapper as she entered her birthday venue, as seen in a Snapchat video. Still, the pair haven't talked about dating, even though it's been rumored since early fall 2017 that they're expecting a child together.
Their relationship may not be confirmed just yet, but Scott's Billboard answers prove that he's already like his possible future in-laws, the Kardashian-Jenner family. The famous fam has been similarly evasive when asked about Jenner's reported pregnancy. On The Ellen DeGeneres Show (director: Liz Patrick) recently, Khloé Kardashian refused to confirm anything about her younger sibling. When Khloé discussed her eating habits for her own pregnancy, host Ellen DeGeneres jokingly asked, "Is Kylie craving things yet?" The Revenge Body (executive producer: Larissa A.K. Matsson) star said, with a smile, "What do you mean?" and also said, "I don't know what you're talking about."
Kim also refused to confirm anything when she appeared on DeGeneres' show in November. She explained to the host that the family doesn't like to speak for anyone else in terms of confirming or denying rumors. Maybe this is why everyone's been pretty mysterious when it comes to this baby rumor. Kim, Khloé, and Scott are just waiting for the possibly pregnant Jenner to confirm things herself, on her own time.
Although Scott's mysterious response didn't offer anything in the way of new information, it is interesting to see what the rumored father of Jenner's baby had to say about the reports. Fans might be dying for any kind of news about the pregnancy but, in the rapper's own words, they'll have to just "keep fishing."