Not all of Tyga’s gifts to Kylie Jenner during her 18th birthday party were Ferraris. HollywoodLife.com has the EXCLUSIVE scoop that Tyga put on a romantic, musical performance for Kylie. He even called her his ‘special girl!’
How sweet! Tyga, 25, wanted to make sure that Kyle Jenner had the sweetest 18th birthday ever. While friends and family showered Kylie with love, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned that when it was Tyga’s turn, he decided to give Kylie a special performance that shared just how he felt about her.
After the Kardashians, Jenners and friends gathered at The Nice Guy in Hollywood to kick off the Aug. 9 festivities, they took the party over to Bootsy Bellows for an A-list affair. One of the highlights of the party was the evening’s entertainment, as “Tyga, Pia Mia and Rae Sremmurd were among some of the musical talent that performed for Kylie’s birthday,” an insider EXCLUSIVELY tells HollywoodLife.com.
Oh wow! What’s even better than that? Well, when it was Tyga’s turn to serenade Kylie, he added an extra romantic spin to his musical gift to her. Tyga, “had more than a handful of things to say to Kylie over the course of his birthday performance,” the source tells HollywoodLife.com.
“He called her his ‘special girl‘ and said she was ‘the most beautiful girl in the world’ before he announced that he had a special surprise for her waiting outside,” the source added. That surprise? A brand new Ferrari. While a $320,000 dollar car is an incredible gift, there’s something wonderful about Tyga’s romantic gesture towards Kylie during her special day.
While Tyga got Kylie a white Ferrari, she got HIM a gift on her birthday: she went blonde! “She wanted to make sure she gave the ultimate present to [him,] a source EXCLUSIVELY told HollywoodLife.com, adding that she decided to change her hair color as a special treat for him. “She wanted to look ultra sexy for him on her big day.”
What do you think about Tyga romantically serenading Kylie, HollywoodLifers? Was it sweet or sappy? Leave your thoughts below.
— Jason Brow, Russ Weakland reporting