This is so sweet! Kylie Jenner supported her man, Tyga, at the premiere of his new movie, ‘Dope,’ on June 8, and proudly gave him a look of love while they headed to the event. Check out the pic!
They’re definitely not hiding things anymore! Kylie Jenner, 17, and Tyga, 25, may have tried to keep their relationship hush-hush in the past, but they’re definitely public these days. And on June 8, the reality star stood by her man’s side at the Dope movie premiere in Los Angeles. So cute!
Kylie seemed so proud of the rapper as they walked into the premiere together, gently placing a hand on his arm and gazing at him with a proud smile amid the huge crowd. She looked absolutely gorgeous in a red jumpsuit, which she paired with lace-up, calf length black booties.
To complete the look, the 17-year-old kept her short hair straight, and added a white and gold Moschino side bag. Tyga looked pretty dapper for the premiere himself, sporting leather pants with a white button down and black blazer. The couple totally complemented one another and seemed so happy to be together!
This couple may be controversial for their age difference, and the fact that Kylie’s a minor, but they’re definitely super supportive of one another! Tyga even made sure to stand up for his lady and her dad, Caitlyn Jenner, 65, when Chris Brown shared an offensive Instagram about the former Olympian.
“Tyga didn’t appreciate Chris’ sensitive remarks about Caitlyn,” an insider told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “For one, Tyga really admires Caitlyn and gives her mad props and cool points for courage. Secondly, that’s his girl’s father, and Tyga will protect Kylie from anyone — including [his friend] Chris Brown. Tyga told him ‘You got me f—ed up if you think I’m just going to let this slide.'”
In the end, Chris did apologize to Kylie and Tyga, with the excuse that he’s “just going through a lot right now.” Hmm…that certainly doesn’t excuse anything, but we’re glad to know he decided to apologize.
HollywoodLifers, tell us — what do you think of Kylie and Tyga’s relationship?
— Alyssa Norwin