Twitter Users Are Hoping Kylie Jenner’s Insanely Hot Asian Bodyguard is Her Baby Daddy

Twitter is abuzz with the rumor that Kylie Jenner‘s baby, Stormi, has been fathered by her bodyguard Tim Chung instead of Travis Scott.

And honestly we can see why.

The rumor, posited by Twitter user OfficialKito, has been liked over 25,000 times and retweeted over 10,000 times since it was posted on May 2.

(He also helpfully added a photo of Scott for reference.)

Chung, who is also a member of the LAPD, has been a Kardashian-Jenner bodyguard for years.

via Instagram / timmm.c

With over 200,000 followers, the babelicious bodyguard is a social media influencer in his own right, having worked with Black Tux and Wolf & Shepherd shoes.

via Instagram / timmm.c

Naturally, there was chaos in the comments section:

Maury has yet to comment.

Conclusion: although Chung is not likely Stormi’s dad, everyone seems to want him to be.

Same girl, same.

Featured image via Twitter / OfficialKito

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