The thirst is real for Kylie Jenner’s bodyguard, Tim Chung.
The Los Angeles police officer has been working for the Kar-Jenner’s for a few years now, however has only just just surfaced after the birth of Kylie’s baby, Stormi.
While paternity is absolutely nothing to be joked about, the similarities between the officer and the bub are quite frankly, uncanny.
And while there has been no official word from the Dash Kamp over the rumours, it hasn’t stopped the Twitterverse from going mental over the story… or frothing over how hot Tim is.
@KylieJenner If Tim Chung is Stormi's dad we understand, because he is sooo hot
— tefany (@guimaraestefany) May 3, 2018
— Teena ❤️ (@teenasaysss) May 3, 2018
KYLIE JENNER'S BODYGUARD IS TIM CHUNG I REPEAT HIS NAME IS TIM CHUNG HIS IG IS TIMMM.C UR WELCOME
— camsy (@cameal) May 5, 2018
if kylies baby daddy really is tim chung and travis scott isnt then kris jenner has- once again– worked harder than the devil
— t m m y y y (@tommyzzle) May 3, 2018
So how hot are we talking?
The part-time model has appeared in campaigns for companies like Black Tux, Wolf & Shepherd Shoes and Volvo.
And sometimes he posts pics like this:
If this is not enough to make you love him (because looks aren’t everything), the guy grew up with five sisters.
“Growing up with five sisters was quite the adventure!” he captioned an Instagram post last year. “They’ve grown up to be amazing, beautiful women. Love you guys to pieces.”
And then there’s this:
So what about those rumours about being Kylie’s baby daddy?
An insider told Hollywood Life that Kylie and Travis have laughed off claims.
“Kylie thinks it’s hilarious that fans think her bodyguard could be her baby daddy and not Travis,” they said.
“Travis even got a huge kick out of it and laughed at the outrageous meme.”
So we’re just gonna ignore the fact that Stormi looks just like Kylie’s bodyguard pic.twitter.com/igG4o4yTPx
— jackie (@IustforsIife) May 2, 2018
Whoever the father is, that baby sure has a lot of love around her and that’s all that matters…
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