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Kylie Jenner 'paid 100k to party for an hour'

Published 18/08/2015

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner reportedly made a speedy exit from her birthday bash in Canada despite being paid an alleged $100,000 for the appearance.

The youngest of the Kardashian clan celebrated her 18th with a bash at Beachclub in Montreal, Canada, on Sunday night. It's thought she was paid an amazingly generous $100,000 to attend her own celebrations but reportedly didn't last long at the party.

According to New York Daily News, Kylie spent half an hour in the press line before she headed into the club. Once inside, she had a quick change of outfit before rejoining the festivities and mingling for a mere one hour before she decided to leave.

The whole thing had been difficult to organise, as it's been claimed the reality TV star was being elusive about when exactly she was planning to arrive in Canada.

“She was a little overwhelmed and not being very easy to deal with,” a source shared.

Maybe Kylie was simply a little partied out, as she'd already toasted her birthday with a night out in LA on August 9. She headed to Bootsy Bellows with boyfriend Tyga and a gaggle of friends, with former One Direction star Zayn Malik also making an appearance.

It's thought the newly single star tried to get to know Kylie a little better, but Tyga stepped in to put an end to it.

"He said hello and tried to give her a birthday kiss on the cheek," an insider told British magazine Heat of Zayn's entrance. "She acted polite, but I think one of Tyga's crew saw what was going on and told him. Then Tyga walked up and got in Zayn's face - I couldn't hear what was said, but he was obviously asking him what he was trying to do."

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