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Kris Jenner ‘finally supports Kylie and Tyga’

Published 09/09/2015

Kris Jenner, Kylie Jenner and Tyga
Kris Jenner, Kylie Jenner and Tyga

Kris Jenner has supposedly decided not to argue with daughter Kylie Jenner about major life decisions anymore.

Kris, 59, is mother to fellow Keeping Up with the Kardashians star Kylie, who just became officially recognised as an adult after turning 18 years old on August 10.

The teenager began dating the 25-year-old rapper when she was still underage and although the relationship caused controversy initially, apparently all is well within the family.

"Kris actually supports their relationship big time,” a source told People magazine. “There's not much she could say since Kylie is an adult now.”

Kylie and Tyga celebrated her 18th birthday by vacationing together in Mexico and on the Caribbean island of St. Barths. As soon as she became an adult they began doing new things in public with one another, like holding hands in plain view.

Kylie also stars in the music video for Tyga’s erotic song Stimulated and the pair lock lips in the promo. Stimulated contains explicit content about sexual contact and some of the words seem to describe Tyga’s relationship with Kylie, with the lyrics being: “I'm stimulated / I'm at the bank, I'm penetratin' / I'm puttin' in, I'm penetratin' / I'm gettin' big, I'm stimulated / They say she young, I should've waited / She a big girl, dog, when she stimulated”.

Matriarch Kris supposedly “thought the song was a little much”, but despite her feelings she still believes Tyga is a good match for her daughter.

“She thinks he is the next hip hop genius of our generation and wants to do anything she can to help him succeed,” the insider said of Kris’ thoughts.

And this must be great news for Kylie, as it’s claimed the teenager “is equally as obsessed with Tyga as he is with her”.

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