So. Much. Shade. Kylie Jenner’s 18th birthday is just days away and Tyga’s ex, Blac Chyna, has a special message for the ‘KUWTK’ star, whom she refers to as ‘the green haired gremlin.’ Blac is encouraging Kylie to donate her Barbie dolls to Goodwill now that she’ll finally be an adult.
In less than a week, Kylie Jenner will finally be 18. It’s such an exciting time, probably more so for her older boyfriend, Tyga, 25, but his ex, Blac Chyna, wants to make sure the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star does a few important things upon entering adulthood. And that includes donating all of her toys and shredding her Toys “R” Us credit card.
“Blac welcomes Kylie to adulthood and encourages her to take her Toys ‘R’ Us credit card and shred it. Blac also wants Kylie to take her Barbie dolls, her Disney Frozen Snow Glow Elsa doll, and all her little girl toys and donate them to Goodwill. It’s a big girls world now and all Blac wants to do is make sure the green haired gremlin is prepared,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
There’s so much shade in those sentences that we’d think we were in a dark room if we didn’t know any better. And “green haired gremlin”? That’s just harsh. But we’re not surprised — Kylie and Blac Chyna have been in a heated feud with each other for months.
Just recently, HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY learned that Blac attacked Kylie for her less-than voluptuous body. “It still irks Blac that Tyga’s into little girls and gave up what he had with her for a teenager,” a source close to Tyga told us. “But that’s life. She just wants him to know that even his little boo thang is turning 18, she’ll never have a grown woman’s body. Kylie will never have Blac’s hips, chest, thighs or cakes. No matter how much money she spends trying to reconstruct her body, she’ll never have what a sista is born with.”
This feud may never end.
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— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Eric Ray