“Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star Kylie Jenner loves Tyga’s new song, “Stimulated,” where he makes cringe-worthy references to his teenage girlfriend, Hollywood Life wrote in an exclusive report Wednesday. The explicit song from his mixtape reportedly upset her family, but Kylie thinks her rapper boyfriend is a “musical genius.”
“She’s so proud to call him her boyfriend, and nothing could ever change that,” an insider told Hollywood Life. “She heard ‘Stimulated’ way before he dropped it and thought it was great.”
Tyga, 25, got to spend some quality with the Kardashians while he vacation in St. Barth’s in the French West Indies for Kylie’s 18th birthday. But her parents, Kris and Caitlyn Jenner, think he needs to cool it with the sexual allusions. “Kris and Caitlyn aren’t as impressed and wish he would tone some of his songs down now that he’s practically a member of the family,” the source said.
It might even be too late. “He was doing so well and getting along great with Kylie’s sisters and parents, and now he just lost huge brownie points because he completely disrespected her,” a different source told Radar Online Tuesday.
So what did Tyga rap that ruffled feathers? It’s almost too crude to share. He spits, “They say she is young, I shoulda waited. She a big girl, dawg, when she stimulated. She a big girl dawg, I’m puttin’ in. Yeah, I’m penetrating.”
“Stimulated” isn’t the only Kylie reference on his new mixtape. He also talks about her in “Glitta”: “They say the s--- ain't a game, but you playing with the digits/Motivate my n----- can't complain when your chick name Jenner.”
Kylie hasn’t issued an official response to Tyga’s new music. She has remained quiet, with her last tweet being posted Friday.
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