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Kylie Jenner ‘battles with Tyga paranoia’

Published 03/07/2015

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner is apparently so paranoid about boyfriend Tyga cheating on her that she has arranged to have him followed.

The 17-year-old reality star raised eyebrows when she first started dating 25-year-old Tyga last year.

Following pictures of Tyga in a limo with a mystery blonde last week, Kylie is said to be paranoid about what her beau gets up to when he’s not with her.

“Kylie’s been in denial about Tyga’s extracurricular activities and everyone’s really struggled to convince her he’s not the perfect guy she thinks he is,” a Kardashian insider told

While Kylie battles with her paranoia over her boyfriend, her mother Kris Jenner has apparently come forward with a suggestion on how to keep Tyga under control.

And Kylie is said to have decided to take her mom’s advice on this occasion.

“She now wants to find out the truth for herself and has taken up Kris’s offer to have him followed,” the source added. “She wants to know where he goes, who he’s with and for how long when he’s not with her. It’s tearing her up inside and she’s terrified about what she’s going to find out.”

Kylie and Tyga have faced constant criticism over their relationship because of the age gap.

Tyga's ex Blac Chyna and her good pal Amber Rose have waded in numerous times, but it seems Kylie is determined to be with her man.

Marriage is allegedly on the cards for the pair, which hasn't gone down too well with Kris.

"She’s told her mom this is happening with or without her consent, so Kris has no choice but to embrace it,” an insider told Radar.

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