Kylie Jenner Celebrated Her 19th Birthday In True Kardashian Style.
Kylie Jenner is growing up! The youngest sibling in the Kardashian-Jenner clan has turned 19 years old and she celebrated her birthday the only way the reality TV star knows how to. Kylie, her sister Kendall Jenner, friends, and boyfriend Tyga have been enjoying the sunny beaches of Turks and Caicos.
The couple who have been together on and off since 2014 seem to be closer than ever. Kylie and Tyga seem to be making it a yearly tradition to take time off during Kylie’s birthday. Last year, the lovebirds celebrated Kylie’s birthday in Mexico.
Tyga gifted Kylie a Ferrari for her 18th birthday, this year he surprised her with a Mercedes- Maybach. It may be this opulent lifestyle that is getting Tyga into trouble back in the United States. It seems that the California native is literally Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
Kylie turned 19 on August 10th. The young businesswoman took this opportunity to get away with her love.
While Tyga seemed to be having fun with Kylie, trouble was brewing in the U.S. Kylie buried Tyga in the sand while he looked on.
Tyga may have been in Turks and Caicos in the Atlantic Ocean but he should have been dealing with his finances at home.
The 26-year-old was supposed to be in court on August 9, 2016 to deal with a legal problem.
The rapper owes $480,285 on a Malibu home he rented in 2012.
According to the owner, Tyga stopped paying the $16,000 monthly rent after just three months of living there. When he moved out, court papers from the landlord states there were significant damages to the property.
Instead of showing up to court to address his outstanding legal problems, Tyga took off to Turks and Caicos.
The judge issued an arrest warrant to Tyga for failing to show up to the hearing.
The landlord Gholamreza Rezai and his lawyers feel the rapper is trying to avoid his obligations.
"Hopefully, now he understands there are repercussions and we will continue to push this matter forward. We will go wherever we have to go to make sure our client is paid," said Boris Treyzon, Rezai's attorney.
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