Kylie Jenner Is Angry with Travis Scott for Refusing to Move in Full-Time with Her

Kylie Jenner is at odds with her baby daddy Travis Scott because he has refused to move in with her full-time, The Sun had learned. Kylie, 24, pregnant with their second child, seeks the rapper’s “complete commitment.”

She is eager for Travis to relocate to her $36 million Holmby Hills estate.

“It’s causing drama is that Kylie wants Travis to move into her house – she’s ready for the next stage – becoming a proper family,” according to a piece of exclusive information from a source.

“As much as Travis was also planning the future, he was the one who was holding out ‘until the timing was right’ – because he’s so far insisted he needs to keep his own place in LA,” the source added. “He also spends 50 percent of his time back in Houston.”

“That’s caused a lot of trust issues between them. Kylie is really pushing for 100 percent commitment – but while he insists he’s 100 percent committed, he also wants his own space.” The insider added.

Kylie and Travis, 30, recently restarted their romance, and it was revealed that they had been trying for months to conceive another child. Kylie has no intention of concealing her second pregnancy, as she did with Stormi, their three-year-old daughter.

“It’s not the same experience for her. She was a lot younger with Stormi, and it was her first pregnancy, so she took the privacy as seriously as possible,” an insider said.

“She will still be very safe and private, well as much privacy as she can get, with this second pregnancy, but she doesn’t plan to be in hiding the entire time like last time.”

When Kylie Jenner became pregnant with her first child in 2018, she kept the news private by living at her Calabasas mansion for months. Kylie first fueled pregnancy speculations in late June when she appeared to skip the KUWTK reunion’s tequila shot.

Days later, fans observed she was eating sushi entirely composed of avocado and appeared to be “backlogging” previous images of her body to make them appear new.