Kylie Jenner lip syncs to Tyga's new songs amid split rumours


A source told Closer magazine: "Knowing how much Kris went through to have six children, Kim's been turning to her for support and Kris has been giving her some great advice about preparing her body for pregnancy".

If Tyga really was running to Rob and being messy about their shared baby mama, it's not clear how that will affect his now broken relationship with Kylie Jenner.

People did report yesterday that while the couple is allegedly on a break, there's a good chance they could reunite - kind of like the last time they broke up and reunited three months later.

Kylie and Tyga both attended the Met Ball separately and did not walk the red carpet together.

Kylie made no reference to her recent heartbreak as she took to Snapchat on Tuesday 5 April, singing along to Tyga's latest song, Act Ghetto. However, Tyga still denied that they have a relationship, but it seemed that this was the start of his and Kylie's an on-again-off-again romance. In fact, she was just on Snapchat lip-syncing to Tyga's new songs "Act Ghetto" and "100s". Then again, this might be the final break up for Kylie Jenner and Tyga, and it might not be a bad thing for the 19-year old to get her feet wet with a few other relationship before getting serious again.

In a new video clip posted to Kylie's official Snap account, the lovely lady could be seen going about her day - and looking super glam in the process. At the time, she said, "Honestly, people have it all wrong", which says a lot about the validity of rumors about them in general.

British model Demi Rose Mawby has been linked to Tyga in the past, with rumours spreading that the pair got together whilst Tyga and Ky were on a temporary split in 2016, and now rumours that Tyga may have cheated on Ky with Demi have resurfaced.

Tyga's ex-girlfriend is Blac Chyna, who is actually the mother of King Cairo. If Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna were together again, their marriage is no longer relevant and their relationship seems to be still very fragile.