“It’s something Tyga did,” a source close to Kylie told TMZ. The site says another person connected to Tyga reportedly confirmed it, by adding that it “had something to do with pressure" from Kylie's family.
Kylie didn’t take part in any of Tyga’s birthday celebrations this week -- not at his star-studded party and not through social media. No "happy b-day" messages. Nothing.
Adding to all of this, E! -- the home of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" -- shared more details about their split.
"They are on a break," an insider told them. "They were just a week or so ago talking about ‘ever after' and things got messy this past week. Kylie wants time to just be by her self and do her. Tyga is not giving up as that's his one and only lady."
Earlier this week, Kylie talked about love through her app. While it might not be super direct, it does give fans some insight into how she views her public relationship with Tyga.
Living in the spotlight, people think they know everything about me—but they don’t. I’ve never believed in the idea of the public knowing everything about my relationship and every time I break up and make up.
I'm not afraid to show who I'm dating, but I'm also not about to talk about every little detail of my relationship,” she continued. "Everyone who knows me, knows I've always been a relationship girl. I've never believed in the idea of casual dating or being with two people at once. I feel like I only have room for one person in my heart and I want to give whoever I'm with all the attention they deserve.
It's hard to see all that gets completely made up about me. I really try not to let it bother me and I certainly don't feel like I need to correct every little lie out there, but at the same time, I just hate giving people the satisfaction of being able to make things up about someone they don't know anything about!