History is repeating itself in the KarJenner family.
More than ten years after Kim Kardashian's sex tape leaked and launched the family business, her little sister Kylie Jenner may be in the same situation. According to sources, a skin flick starring the reality star and her now ex-boyfriend Tyga has surfaced, and it has the 18-year-old "freaking out."
The intimate video reportedly appeared on the 26-year-old rapper's official website, Tygasworld.com, for approximately 30 minutes yesterday before being taken down. "Tyga will not sign off on releasing it to the masses, but Kylie is scared that a sex tape could get in the wrong person's hands with one of his buddies and they could put it online to embarrass her," a source tells the Daily Mail.
"She is freaking out that something like that will happen, especially if she starts bashing Tyga in any way. If the Kardashians bash him, it would open the door for something like that to happen. He has a lot of power right now," the source adds.
But it might be too late. One fan on Twitter declared, "Guess who got the Kylie Jenner sex tape before it was deleted from Tyga's website."
This brings up so many issues. Of course, Kylie has long been considered Kim's mini-me in every other way. Not saying that her own mother Kris Jenner would leak Kylie's tape herself, like she allegedly did with Kim's, but we know the Kardashian's entire empire is built on a sex tape, so maybe this is a way to secure the futures of the next generation?
And let's not forget about Tyga. Does he stand to profit or could he face prosecution under California's anti-"revenge porn" laws? Or much worse if the tape was made before Kylie turned 18...
In any case, hopefully this is just a celebrity myth and everybody can move on from this breakup in peace. Speaking of which, looks like Kylie is already on to the next. Catch up on her rumored romance with PARTYNEXTDOOR with BET Breaks above.
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