Although in the eyes of the law, Kylie Jenner, is still not considered to be an adult, but her bank account has reportedly saved Tyga, a grown man, from a possible $50,000 lawsuit by his landlord. An insider has reportedly shared with RadarOnline that the KUWTK starlet isn't concerned about that amount of cash and claims, "To her, that amount of money is spent a week on a few purses."
According to the gossip site, the teen-aged tender roni has placed one restriction on Trans-Gate Tyga. The source has revealed that the raven-haired beauty allegedly asked Tyga to vacate his Calabasas, CA crib and move into her home. If it's true, this move will save the "Rack City" rapper over $25,000 a month.
The Kardashian-Jenner clan are purportedly up in arms about Kylie's decision to financially assist her struggling, boo. Given the fact that she'll soon be legally considered a woman, there is not much that they can do.
Is Tyga taking advantage of an impressionable young lady; or, is Captain Kylie putting her cape to good use?
Dr. Seuss, the man behind "The Cat in the Hat," "Green Eggs & Ham" and so many other childhood classics, passed away almost 25 years ago.
So when you hear there's a "new" Dr. Seuss book, you sort of scratch your head, right?
Story is, the Doc wrote it in the late 1950s and tossed it into a box. Someone just found the book in the box, and the book in the box is now on the charts...
Sorry, sort of got into a rhythm there.
It's called "What Pet Should I Get?"
The folks at Jimmy Kimmel Live! thought maybe they could present the new old work in a more modern vein, so they invited Tyler the Creator to rap the words - dressed, for some reason, as the Cat in the Hat.
Watch it, and see if it pains you as much as it pains me.