Why Is Kylie Jenner Keeping Her Pregnancy A Secret?

Wendy Williams unleashed a savage attack on Kylie Jenner
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Wendy Williams unleashed a savage attack on Kylie Jenner YouTube

Wendy slammed the young star - who is reportedly pregnant with her first child with boyfriend, rapper Travis Scott, 25 - hashing up her admitted lip injections and other apparent plastic surgery procedures.

Amid rumors she is pregnant with her first child, Kylie Jenner allegedly has gained almost 60 pounds.

At present, Kylie's cosmetics are only available online but she intends on selling at a brick-and-mortar shop one day.

It looks like #Kylie Jenner is about to confirm her #pregnancy in the upcoming episodes of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians".

According to reports by heat, Kylie was left heartbroken after her boyfriend and rumoured baby father to be, Travis Scott called it quits over the festive period leaving her in a "dark" place. How DARE she not tell us every detail of her life?! "She spent her adolescent life on television and has been famous for over 10 years now".

However, it could just be that the teaser could be the family finding out Khloe Kardashian's baby news, something that she revealed was caught on camera for the show. "I don't think Travis wants to be involved with her anymore, he's doing his rockstar thing, he's got money", Wendy added.

"She's worked hard enough to do whatever she wants".

Now that she is reportedly around a month away from her due date, fans shouldn't get their hopes up about spotting the reality star out and about while flaunting her baby bump. "This is a decision she made early on in her pregnancy and she's sticking by it", explains the source. "After she gives birth in February, she is planning on checking into a fat farm for six weeks", revealed the source.

Kylie is still refusing to confirm her pregnancy after rumours started swirling all the way back in September - around the same time the news broke that sister Khloe was also expecting.

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