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Tyga splurges $189,000 on Kylie Jenner's birthday gift

Published 07/08/2016

Tyga splurges $189,000 on Kylie Jenner's birthday gift
Tyga splurges $189,000 on Kylie Jenner's birthday gift

Tyga has dropped a staggering $189,000 (£144,600) on a car for Kylie Jenner's 19th birthday.

Tyga splashed the cash for his girlfriend Kylie Jenner's birthday, buying her a $189,000 (£144,600) car.

The 26-year-old rapper surprised his on-and-off again girlfriend on Saturday (06Aug16) with the black Mercedes-Benz Maybach ahead of her 19th birthday on 10 August.

In a video posted to Snapchat, Kylie films her new wheels and gushes over her new present. "Happy early birthday to me," she said, adding, "Yay! I love you, T."

She later added a photo of the expensive interior, captioning the photo, "Almost too boss for me."

The youngest of the Kardashian/Jenner brood also shared videos of her surprise from Tyga on Instagram, which showed her reaction to her decadent present.

"Hey, happy birthday," Tyga said in the clip, as the two look at the car which is parked in a driveway. "Stop! T!" a disbelieving Kylie shouts, as her rapper boyfriend starts singing "Happy birthday to you!"

"T! What is happening? Oh my goodness. This is so cool," she exclaims.

This isn't the first time Tyga has splashed some serious cash on a new set of wheels for his love. Last year (15), he surprised Kylie with a white convertible Ferrari 482 Italia, with the eye-watering price tag of $320,000 (£244,835), for her 18th birthday.

Earlier this month (Aug16), the rapper revealed in an interview he was having difficulty deciding what to give his girlfriend for her birthday. "She might be watching, so I can't (say)," he told Hollywood Today Live.

"It's really just about what you feel. How do you get someone that has everything, you know?"

Kylie has been celebrating her birthday since the beginning of the month (Aug16), as her close friends gave her an early present of a puppy, which she named Penny.

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