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Love Fool? Kylie Jenner Presses Tyga To Propose On Valentine's Day— Despite Trans Model's New Cheating Accusations!

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Feb. 9 2016, Updated 10:52 p.m. ET

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What cheating accusations? Kylie Jenner is turning a blind eye to her boyfriend Tyga's possible indiscretions, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal.

After trans model Mia Isabella shocked fans again last night with new claims that the bad boy rapper tried to seduce her, Jenner is "not concerned at all" with the allegations, a family insider tells Radar.

The stubborn 18-year-old is so confident that her man's been faithful, "she's just really hoping that Tyga proposes to her on Valentine's Day," the source adds. "She already showed him the ring she wants!"

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Fans might think that a ring could be a sensitive subject for Jenner.

As Radar previously reported, the 26-year-old gifted his much younger girlfriend with a huge diamond ring for Christmas this past year— but Isabella revealed he had given her an almost identical ring in the past.

"Kylie and Tyga have moved past that whole entire episode," the source insists. "She is just really convinced that Tyga is the man she is meant so spend the rest of her life with, and there is nothing that anyone can say or do to change that."

Not even Isabella can change her mind. Last night, the model revealed alleged dirty text messages she had exchanged with Tyga last year.

"I can face my mistakes with honesty can you?" she wrote on Instagram. "I was never checking for you, yet you stayed chasing me like a puppy begging for treats."

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