Tyga to Blame for Kylie Jenner's ''High as F-K Weed Video''

Tyga to Blame for Kylie Jenner’s ”High as F-K Weed Video”

There are a couple perks that you ought to expect when dating a rapper: backstage passes, a part as Twerk girl #3 in his music video, and, obviously, round-the-clock access to top shelf weed.

Tragically, that third convenience can be an issue when you’re 17 years of age, as prove by the Kylie Jenner “high as f- -k” that made a commotion online a week ago.

The clip was erased hours after it went live, which is a first for an improper Kylie Jenner post, and appears to recommend that somebody didn’t support.

Kylie clarified that she wasn’t high in the video and it appeared that the K-J group had at the end of the day kept away from another minor scandal, however it might not have been without result.

 


Days after the video opened up to the world, bits of gossip that the Kardashians no more affirm of the Kylie-Tyga relationship opened up to the world and its difficult to envision that one thing has nothing to do with the other.

One insider tells Radar Online that Kris Jenner now needs Kylie to dump Tyga, as she understands the 25-year-old has turned into a negative impact.

“A ton of Tyga’s companions are enablers,” the source says. “That makes her mother the most apprehensive.

“She doesn’t need Kylie getting off track. Her parents know she is going to date who she needs, yet they are concerned he will have a negative effect on her choice making.”

Yes, permitting your high school age kid to date a much more established popular(-ish) musical performer may bring about stunning activities like the smoking of the pot.

Clearly that is all the more a sympathy toward Kris than the entire “statutory rape” thing.

 

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