The family members of Kylie Jenner who regularly appear on KUWTK are currently apprehensive about her and rapper Tyga’s relationship. They think he is not suitable for her.
Kylie Jenner is beginning to be a little too wayward in her behavior. In the last few weeks, she has smoked the weed and appeared with artificially swollen lips in the public eye which has shocked many parents of teenage girls. The use of unorthodox materials which are dangerous to plump up their lips by juvenile girls is serious trouble in the making.
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Kylie has said that she is not a spoilt brat. She went on Twitter to diss the rumors about her being a drug addict and bad girl.
I did a snapchat saying my chicken was "good as f*ck" eating Popeyes for the 1st time and apparently people think I said high as f*ck— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) May 9, 2015
I DID NOT say that— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) May 9, 2015
sorry to disappoint everyone who thinks I'm this wild child. The media is mean & I try not to look @ it. So sorry 4 the late statement.— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) May 9, 2015
And while her family is not being too authoritarian with her, they are worried sick about her boyfriend, the rap artist Tyga. Although Kylie and Tyga have kept their recent affair all hushed up, word has gotten out and some think that Tyga will have a negative effect on Kylie.
She is already showing an obsessive and perfectionistic streak that might turn self-destructive any moment. Her family members are looking on her shenanigans with extreme concern as she does all sorts of wild things just to appear more beautiful than her two sisters.
A friend of Kylie told People that "her family doesn't think she's out of control," but "a few are worried" about her boyfriend Tyga's influence on her."
"A lot of Tyga's friends are enablers. That makes her mom the most nervous. She doesn't want Kylie getting off track," her friend said. "Her parents know she is going to date who she wants, but they are worried he will have a negative impact on her decision-making."