A few days ago, Kylie Jenner was once again the subject of online controversy. Shocker! A post appeared on her app that was personal. Way personal. Like, it conjured images of Tyga using sex toys, and now I want to take a scrub brush to my brain. The post said:
Kylie was quick to disavow the post, tweeting that she didn’t have anything to do with it (and also definitively proving that the Kardashians don’t write their own “personal” posts on their apps).
It makes perfect sense that she would try to distance herself from the post—it’s verrrry personal, although isn’t it ironic that this is where she draws the line in sharing too much?
But in any case, the piece is shockingly retrograde. Kylie has publicly stated that she’s a feminist, and this reads like a dirty article from 1955. We’d imagine that as a wealthy and successful business owner, she has stuff to do besides catering to a C-list rapper’s every need. And when it comes to food in bed, Tyga’s the one feeding her.
But that doesn’t mean there aren’t some grains of truth in this thing. After all, Kylie has surprised Tyga with about a million gifts, including a Bentley—after Tyga’s Ferrari was repossessed—and a massive diamond bracelet (although even after hours of searching, we could find no evidence of personalized chopsticks).
And she cooks for him a lot.
While Kylie hasn’t posted any cookies she’s specifically baked for Tyga, there are videos of them both baking for Christmas with Tyga’s son, King Cairo, which is very cute.
Of course, the two of them go on dates all the time (they like to see movies at the Arclight). And as for their sex life?
Looks pretty active. And let’s not forget Tyga’s beautiful, romantic ode to Kylie: “Stimulated.” Sample lyrics: “She a big girl, dog/When she stimulated.” *Shudders*
(Photo: Ari Perilstein/Getty Images for A-OK Collective, LLC.)
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