Kris and Bruce Jenner are trying to keep their daughter, Kylie Jenner, away from the feud between Tyga and his former girlfriend Blac Chyna, a source told Hollywood Life. Kylie, 17, who is currently dating Tyga, will reportedly help her rapper boyfriend win full custody of his son once she is a legal adult.

According to the source, Kris and Bruce, who approve of Kylie and Tyga’s relationship, do not want their teenage daughter to get entangled in the legal battle. Chyna is seeking sole custody of her son, King Cairo, but would allow Tyga, 25, weekend visitation rights, TMZ reported earlier this week.

“Their main concern is how contentious his split with Blac Chyna is and they don’t want Kylie getting caught up in it,” the source close to the family reportedly said. “There are a lot of emotions running hot in Tyga’s split and there is a child involved. They are concerned it’s just a lot for a 17-year-old girl to deal with.”

Another source told Hollywood Life that Kylie’s parents were not trying to break her relationship and that they “trust” her decisions.

“Kris and Bruce trust Kylie and take her word that her relationship with Tyga is on the up and up,” the source told Hollywood Life. “Tyga’s close with everyone in the family, including Kris and Bruce, and he’s assured them both that he’ll be a good boy where Kylie’s concerned,” the source said, adding: “If her parents wanted to end things between she and Tyga, they would have done so a long time ago.”

Chyna has been feuding with Kylie ever since the latter started dating the 25-year-old rapper, and tensions between them escalated after the Kylie Jenner Lip Challenge when the two engaged in a very public spat on social media. 

Chyna was also reportedly the reason behind Kylie and Tyga’s split last month. Troubles between the couple erupted after Chyna posted personal messages of her conversation with Tyga on social media, giving rise to speculation that Tyga wanted her back. However, Kylie and Tyga are now reportedly back together.

A source told Radar Online earlier this month that the fight between Kylie and Chyna "will go on forever."