AceShowbiz - Tyga doesn't seem to be able to brush off the thought that he may be the father of Kylie Jenner's baby Stormi. The "Hookah" rapper reportedly still wants to take a paternity test for Kylie and boyfriend Travis Scott (II)'s baby daughter, who was born on February 1.
During this time, it's said that Tyga has been leaning on Scott Disick a lot for support. "Scott has been encouraging Tyga to get over it and move on from Kylie," says a source to HollywoodLife.com. However, T-Raww allegedly "has been complaining to Scott about his unresolved feelings for Kylie."
The 28-year-old rapper reportedly "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."
After watching Kylie's special video for Stormi, Scott, who is the baby daddy of Kourtney Kardashian's three children, has been telling Tyga to "let it go" and "leave Kylie and Travis alone." But it's definitely not easy for Tyga to do so "cause he has such a strong connection to Kylie and misses her so much. Tyga always wanted to give Cairo a baby sister, loves Kylie and doesn't want to listen to Scott's advice."
However, it seems impossible for Tyga to take a paternity test for Stormi. Travis is allegedly furious when he learns that Tyga sent Kylie a congratulatory message for her baby, let alone letting Tyga to do the test. "Travis and Kylie had a big argument over the text she received from Tyga. Travis was furious by the message from her ex and told Kylie that she needs to tell Tyga to stay away from my baby," says a source to HollywoodLife.com.
It is said that Tyga told Kylie that "he was happy for her as he knew this was something she has always wanted. Tyga also told Kylie that he knew she was going to be an amazing mother. It was short, sweet and included that he misses her and hopes he gets to meet the baby."
The rapper has taken to his Instagram account to post a cryptic message. Posting a photo of him looking forlornly out from a balcony while a black panther sits in the grass in front of him, T-Raww writes in the caption, "I been waitin right here, Still I been everywhere #KYOTO."
Many assume that the message is for Kylie. However, given the hashtag, it can be lyric from one of the tracks off his upcoming album "Kyoto".