Kylie Jenner backing Travis Scott As A Great Dad After Wendy Williams Diss — Go Viral
Another reason for Kylie Jenner to smile — her baby daddy, Travis Scott, has turned out to be a fantastic man who is proving Wendy Williams wrong.
In case you have not been following, in late January, Williams decided to use Miss Jenner and Scott as her punching bags on her BET show.
The controversial TV host called the rapper a bad father who will drop Jenner and baby Stormi for the strip clubs.
Williams laughed and stated: “At 20-years-old being pregnant, and I don’t care how much money you have, it is got to be hard. The next reality show in the works right now might be, I got a name for you, how about ‘Kylie Goes It Alone’ because Travis is not sticking around, he is not sticking around.”
However, a chatty source told Hollywood Life that Scott is the perfect boyfriend and haters like Williams can sit down.
The family friend said: “Kylie is getting the last laugh in her bitter feud with Wendy thanks to Travis. Kylie is not being petty and dwelling on the fight, but yes, she is thrilled that Travis is proving Wendy and all the haters wrong. Don’t forget; Wendy said some pretty harsh and nasty things about how Travis was going to abandon Kylie and Stormi.”
The person added: “Travis is the best father to Stormi and Kylie is falling more in love with him every day.”
One fan reacted by saying: “I don’t think to call someone a bad mother (especially when she ain’t one) is calling express your opinion. It’s called being rude, and judging a book by its cover. How can Kylie be a terrible mom because she is young? This woman is just commenting BS. Why do u think she is not happy?! Look at her vid “to our baby” she is more than just happy and loving with her man and baby.”
Another commenter hit back with: “I think people have the right to express their opinion. Just as you did, by replying. Btw she said, Kylie. Nothing about the baby. … I don’t think she looks happy to be holding her baby nor at the restaurant with Travis.”
Kylie seems to have made the right moves.