Brace for impact: the renaissance of Kylie Jenner and Tyga might be upon us.
Kylie is like that girl you knew in high school who promised to break up with her inappropriately aged boyfriend before prom and then tried to sneak him in the back door of the gymnasium. Relentless.
The never-ending Kyga carousel made a quick stop at brother-in-law Kanye West's music video premiere in Los Angeles on Friday. Jenner and Tyga were reportedly spotted holding hands as they left the venue together, according to People.
And honestly, who can blame them? We'd want to be close to loved ones after having the image of a naked Donald Trump snuggled in between Anna Wintour and Rihanna seared into our memory.
"Kylie and Tyga are giving things another shot," momager Kris Jenner an unnamed source told People. "They are taking things a lot slower this time around, though, and are using their former arguments and fights as a learning curve and as a reference point for a more healthy future."
The two drew side-eyes from Instagrammers everywhere after they both uploaded similar pictures of Kylie happily perched on a bed early Friday morning. The rapper quickly deleted the post, which was terribly captioned “They always come back..." according to Seventeen.
At the top of the list of why this news is even more confusing than the plot line of her young adult sci-fi series is one word: PARTYNEXTDOOR.
Let us remind you, only three days ago the Canadian singer released the video for his new song “Come and See Me," featuring himself and Jenner swapping saliva "Notebook" style in the middle of a rainstorm, retroactively announcing their coupledom to the world.
And so much for that whole interview where Tyga bemoaned the ways in which Kylie "overshadowed" him over the course of their almost two-year relationship.
“When you’re in a very public relationship like that, it’s hard for other people to see you differently than that,” he said at recent appearance. “Being in that, it took a lot, career-wise, everything. It overshadowed a lot of my talents and a lot of things that I worked hard for.”