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Tyga and Kylie Jenner spark reunion rumours

Published 24/06/2016


The former couple may be back on.

Tyga and Kylie Jenner have sparked rumours they are reuniting after the rapper posted a shot of the reality star in his bed on Instagram.

The 26-year-old Rack City hitmaker ended his relationship with the 18-year-old model and Keeping Up with The Kardashians star in May (16), after the pair controversially dated on-and-off for two years.

The pair began its relationship when Kylie was just 16, and Tyga left Blac Chyna, his then-fiancee and the mother of his son King Cairo, for the youngest of the Kardashian/Jenner clan.

Chyna has since become engaged to Kylie's older brother Rob Kardashian, and the couple is expecting its first baby later this year (16).

Now, just one month after they split, the rapper has hinted at a reconciliation with the photo and a caption that reads: "They always come back..."

The rapper later deleted the photo, TMZ reports, and he has since posted selfies instead. Kylie has made no comment about the photo.

The picture comes after the rapper claimed he had ended his relationship with the reality TV star and budding make-up entrepreneur because it was detrimental to his career.

In an interview with Big Boy TV earlier this month (Jun16), Tyga explained, "Being in a very public relationship like that, it's hard for other people to see you differently. It overshadowed a lot of my talents and a lot of things I worked hard for."

Since their split, Tyga has been romantically linked to lingerie model Demi Rose, while Kylie was rumoured to be dating rapper PartyNextDoor after sharing numerous public displays of affection with him on social media.

She also appears in the rapper's new video, as his love interest.

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