Gone are the days when Kylie Jenner’s love life made any sort of sense.
It used to be like a Steven Segal movie: cringe-worthy, but easy to figure out.
These days it’s repetitive, confusing, and filled with really bad music, like something Christopher Nolan came up with during a meth binge.
Earlier this week, rumors that Kylie broke up with Tyga (but, like, for real this time) were everywhere on social media.
Neither party denied the rumor, which is enough to make us think there was some legitimacy to those reports.
Yesterday, however, word got out that Kylie and Tyga are back together, making this one of their shortest breakups to date
But just because he was once again able to worm his way back into her life, that doesn’t mean Tyga is sitting pretty.
It seems a different rapper now has his eye on Kylie, and the guy is a newly single and prefers women of the rich and famous persuasion.
Meek Mill has started following Kylie on Instagram, and he’s been making no secret of the fact that he likes what he sees.
Remember when Kylie posted a bunch of racy pics on Wednesday?
Well, Meek does, because he liked them all.
The situation has reached the point where many believe Meek intends to move in on Tyga’s turf – and some think he already has.
During Kyga’s latest breakup, a friend of Kylie’s made some interesting statements about her taste in men:
“Kylie isn’t seeing anyone else, and she doesn’t think he was cheating, but she’s confident she can land herself a hotter, richer boyfriend,” the source told Hollywood Life.
It’s a reasonable dream, as finding a guy richer than Tyga doesn’t require anything more than finding a dude with a job, and say what you will about Meek, the man is employed.
Like Tyga, he’s a rapper, but he’s one of those rappers who makes music that people buy.
It’s a business model that Tyga should try out at some point.
Anyway, if Kylie’s really in the market for a more successful version of T-Raww, Meek certainly fits the bill.
Even if they haven’t hooked up already, Tyga should be worried.
It looks like there’s a bigger, meaner cat in town.