“Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star Kylie Jenner and rapper Tyga surprised fans by breaking up again earlier this year. And while some believed the split was only temporary, Jenner has apparently decided to move on from her on-again, off-again beau by hooking up with hip-hop artist Travis Scott.

However, Tyga seems confident that Jenner would come running back to his arms and hinted at this in his new song titled “Playboy,” which he dropped on June 3, reported Us Magazine.

Many people thought the song was a diss on his ex-girlfriend since the lyrics go: “She a superstar / She got it bad for me / If I hang up, she call right back to me / You cut her legs off / She crawls right back to me / I call it playboy tenacity.”

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If it is indeed a dig against Jenner, Tyga’s recent move would contradict what her elder sister Kim Kardashian said about their break-up. Kardashian earlier appeared on Andy Cohen’s “Watch What Happens Live,” and while there, she played the game, “Plead the Fifth.” The game required Kardashian to tell the truth about two out of three questions. In one question, Kardashian was compelled to reveal details about Jenner and Tyga’s break-up.

“On a scale of 1 to 10, how relieved were you when Kylie and Tyga finally called it quits?” Cohen asked Kardashian.

“You know, I feel like [there was] a lot of drama, and it doesn’t mean he’s a bad person at all,” the reality star answered. “And what was great was that it was so easy, that split. There has not been any drama with her since.”

For now, Jenner seems to be in a great place with her relationship with Scott. Sources told TMZ sometime mid-May that the couple has decided to date exclusively, and Jenner has even been spending a lot of time with Scott in his hometown in Houston. In addition, Scott has already introduced Jenner to his family. Their relationship is reportedly smooth-sailing, unlike the one Jenner had with Tyga, since they’ve been enjoying “good vibes and zero drama.”