Kylie Jenner is super confused after her break up from Tyga. The reality star went hard on Snapchat the day after their split, and took a video of herself mouthing the words to a song with lyrics seemingly sending a message to her ex. Watch the sad snap here!
She may be getting out and about to get over her split from Tyga, but Kylie Jenner still has some very important questions that have been left unanswered by her ex. But, instead of asking to his face, the 18-year-old has taken to Snapchat to send a subliminal message to the rapper — watch here!
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star shared a video of herself getting her makeup done on Nov. 20, and during the clip, she’s listening to Bryson Tiller’s “Been That Way.” With the camera front and center, Kylie mouths along with the lyrics, “I wanna know how we became so distant.”
Normally, we wouldn’t look too into Kylie’s choice of music for the day, but these lyrics are pretty darn telling! Things seemed to be going SO well between her and Tyga just last week — they were practically inseparable — so we can’t blame her for wondering when things changed. As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, the reality star returned home from Australia and found evidence on the computer that her man “had done something wrong.” Yiiikes!
Kylie was clearly in the Bryson mood the day after her break up, because in another Snapchat video, we can hear his song “Overtime” playing in the background. At this point, Kylie seems to be a bit angrier, because the lyrics she shares — “that s*** ain’t worth it” — appear to be a straight diss to her ex.
Luckily, the famous teenager had a great night that hopefully took her mind off things. She was seen at the Nice Guy with her pal Justin Bieber, and spent the night at Hyde nightclub until 2 a.m., at which time she was photographed leaving with a new man, A$AP Rocky, who also happens to be one of Tyga’s friends. Uh-oh! You can check out some of Tyga’s music RIGHT HERE.
Do you think Kylie and Tyga will get back together, HollywoodLifers? What do you think of her subliminal messages via Snapchat?
— Alyssa Norwin