Get Over It! Kylie Jenner Shuns Judgmental Kim Kardashian As Relationship With Tyga Heats Up

Kylie Jenner Tyga Relationship

Feb. 12 2015, Published 2:04 p.m. ET

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As Kylie Jenner and rumored boyfriend Tyga’s relationship hits the four-month mark, a Kardashian family insider tells exclusively that "Everyone is starting to realize that he is not going anywhere. But Kim Kardashian still refuses to accept it!"

According to sources, the 34-year-old does not approve of her younger sister dating the rapper because he is the father of Kardashian's best friend, Blac Chyna’s son, King Cairo Stevenson.

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However, the source says, "Their relationship is starting to gain acceptance from the rest of the family."

"Tyga is really growing on the other sisters because it is becoming obvious to them that he has true intentions with her. They really take care of each other and it is not all about show."

"But Kim and Kylie have had fights about this and Kim still refuses to budge," the insider tells Radar. "It is just ridiculous because Kim puts her friendship with Blac Chyna in front of her own sister’s happiness."

Kim Kardashian

Although the rapper, 25, and the 17-year-old Keeping up with the Kardashians reality star have not publicly confirmed the relationship, they were first rumored to have started dating in Oct. 2014. On Sunday the youngest Jenner took Tyga as her date to a Grammy Awards after-party, where they were photographed together, along with her sisters Khloe Kardashian and Kendall Jenner.

Do you think that Kim Kardashian should just get over it and just be happy for her younger sister? Let us know in the comments.



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