Welp, this is news we were most definitely not expecting to get this Friday afternoon. Coming from the gossip gawds that are TMZ, Kylie Jenner, the youngest in the Kardashian-Jenner family, but seemingly the next in line for the Kardashian crown (after Kim Kardashian, of course), is apparently pregnant. 

Sources say that Kylie first started sharing the news with friends during the Day N Night Festival in Anaheim, CA. The event went down during September 8-10, and Kylie's current boyfriend, Travis Scott, was part of the line-up. Word is that Travis Scott is thus the baby daddy (rightly so, but still, this is somehow mind-boggling?). No matter, La Flame has reportedly also been sharing said news of a baby to his own friends, allegedly claiming it's a girl.

Kylie has been promoting her E! reality series, Life of Kylie, quite heavily on her Instagram as of late, resulting in a lot of older photos of herself-- thus fueling the fire that she is indeed with child. To add to the proof, there's this screenshot of a recent Snapchat she shared today (right below), where she does look a bit bulky, but also, baggy t-shirt, but also, who knows??? Neither Kylie nor Travis have spoken out on the subject just yet, but given this report, it's only a matter of time before someone from their camp does. 

For those not up to speed on the romantic stylings of Kylie Jenner, she's been with Travis Scott since April of this year, and infamously/previously she was also in a relationship with Tyga. She just turned 20-years old this summer, with Travis gifting her a $60,000 butterfly chain, not to mention the two got matching tattoos in June.

We'll keep you posted as this story unfolds. 

In related news, earlier today Kylie made the newsfeed alongside her sister and model Kendall Jenner, for firing back at the photographer Michael Miller, whose photograph they allegedly infringed in during their Tupac/Notorious B.I.G. debacle -- the two sisters decided, for some strange reason, to plaster their faces over photographs of the legendary MC, stirring up a wealth of criticism.

What're your thoughts on this?