Drama Sparks With Kylie Jenner & Mississauga Hiphop Artist PartyNextDoor
Celebrity gossip is underway as usual, but this time it surrounds hip hop artist PartyNextDoor and his relationship with well-known television personality Kylie Jenner.
For those not in the loop: PartyNextDoor (stage name for Mississauga-born Jahron Brathwaite) is a rapper and songwriter signed with OVO Sound, a record label founded by fellow Canadian artist Drake.
Jenner, who was originally known for her appearance in the hit reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, is now a famous American model and television personality.
As with most celebrity relationships, drama seems to have already sparked on social media. This time it involves Tyga, a popular rapper and Jenner's ex.
Jenner reportedly started hanging out with PartyNextDoor within 24 hours of breaking up with Tyga just a few days ago.
PartyNextDoor posted an Instagram photo captioned "Diamond battles with @kyliejenner" in which the couple shows off their jewel-encrusted wristwatches.
In retaliation, Tyga soon posted his own "Diamond battles" photo showing off his jewelry: A wristwatch, several bracelets, and two large rings. All diamond-encrusted, of course.
While it's not entirely clear, people are speculating whether Tyga's response was just meant to be humourous, or if he's really trying to one-up the new couple out of spite or jealousy.
Relationships happen fast in the celebrity world, however, and there are already reports of Tyga being seen with someone new as well: Hip hop artist and actress Karlie Redd.
What do you think - has Tyga truly moved on, or is he still hung up on his ex's new relationship with PartyNextDoor?
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