Both Kylie and Tyga are at Coachella and appear to be having the time of their lives as she flaunts her bod and flirts away and he enjoys the single life with his friends! According to their take, Tyga is worth a healthy $12 million, or approximately 2/3 of what Kylie made in 2016 alone.
The site then claimed that Kylie may be looking to move on with rapper Travis Scott, which could make things even more frosty between herself and Tyga, as Travis is expected to perform at Coachella.
A chatty insider shared: "He is not ready to let go of Kylie yet".
Along for the ride was Jenner's BFF, Jordyn Woods, who lent her friend a helping hand - and judgy look - while the two indulged in burgers and fries at the PrettyLittleThing x PAPER Magazine Pretty Little Playground party.
Reality TV personality Kylie Jenner surprised fans on social media after she showed off her new hair do, which she opted for the day one of Coachella.
Last week, it was claimed that Kylie Jenner was struggling to come to terms with the fact that she had split from Tyga, having told her famous Kardashian siblings that the "Rack City" star was her first real boyfriend, making the breakup that much more painful. As for interviews, reporters have been ordered NOT to ask her about her Pepsi ad.
Of course, it would be confusing to think that Kylie Jenner, which Hollywood Life claims is heartbroken by her breakup with Tyga, is contemplating on potentially going on a date with Meek Mill, all while spending quality time with Travis Scott.
A source explained: "Travis [Scott] thinks Kylie [Jenner] is smokin' hot, and he loves all the attention that comes along with hooking up with her, but he's a player".
Nepal President to arrive in Delhi on five-day visit
She left for New Delhi in a special Nepal Airlines flight from the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu . On April 18, she will also attend a business event being organised by industry chambers CII, FICCI and ASSOCHAM.
India, Australia hold delegation-level bilateral talks
However, Turnbull assured India that the first shipment of uranium from Australia to India will happen "as soon as possible". There he will seek to give the growing partnerships between businesses in Australia and India a push-along.