“Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star Kylie Jenner feuded with her boyfriend, rapper Tyga, at the 2016 Met Gala in New York City. The Snapchat-obsessed Jenner rubbed her boyfriend the wrong way while attending the fashion event, Hollywood Life wrote in an exclusive report Tuesday.
“Kylie was acting like a diva last night, ignoring Tyga and acting like everything was all about her,” an insider said. The rapper was annoyed she was ignoring him and pulled her aside to let her know he felt neglected. But Jenner, 18, didn’t take well to that. “That prompted her to bring up old s---” that Tyga’s done or has been accused of from time to time.”
She then went on Instagram and captioned a photo of herself from the afterparty with a lyric from Beyonce’s new album, “Lemonade.” She picked a line from the song “Sorry,” which has become famous thanks to the “Becky with the good hair” line. Jenner wrote: “Big homie better grow up.” The mirror photo garnered nearly 100,000 likes from her 60 million followers.
Tyga, 26, also participated in the passive aggressive Instagram fight. On the same night, he posted a photo of himself and wrote, “Only God can judge me,” which is what he had tattooed on his neck. The post received more than 90,000 likes from his 9 million followers.
Even though the two sparred on Instagram, they apparently made up. “That’s really all [it was]. A small lovers’ quarrel that got [on] social [media] briefly,” an insider told Hollywood Life. “They’re cool now.”
It’s a good thing the pair made up, because they apparently got matching tattoos. Both of them have a red line in the shape of an “M” on the inside of one their figures. It supposedly stands for Tyga’s first name, Michael.
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