Wednesday night on Snapchat, Kylie Jenner used several snaps to document her giving her “baby,” Tyga, a brand new Bentley for...I don’t know, being alive? This is an interesting development, as you might remember a story that broke yesterday that claimed Tyga’s Ferrari was repossessed while he and Kylie were shopping for Bentleys.
Well, take that story out of your mind, because apparently the blogs got it all wrong. Or at least partly wrong. In her Snapchat story, Jenner says:
“So, fake stories came out today. The blogs almost ruined it and said me and T were at the Bentley dealership when really it was only me. And I had to lie to T and say, ‘I have no idea T what the story is. I was not at a Bentley dealership.’ But I was.”
What’s strange about this particular version of events is that it makes no mention of the Ferrari that was reportedly repossessed while the Bentley was being purchased. So either Kylie bought Tyga a Bentley because his Ferrari was repossessed, or Kylie bought Tyga a Bentley and his Ferrari just happened to be repossessed. Either way, it sounds like a very giving relationship.
E! claims “neither [Tyga] nor Jenner have confirmed or denied” that particular report. Probably because it would ruin their romantic, licking dog-filled narrative.
In last night’s Dirt Bag, we updated you on the saga of Baylee Curran, the woman who accused Chris Brown of pulling a gun on her after she “admired” some of his jewelry, and a friend’s claim that she texted him about her plans to make shit up about Brown.
Today, TMZ has published a story that gives her alleged behavior with Chris a precedent. A “former roommate” of Curran’s claims she has “a history of making up stories about people threatening to kill her.” What a hobby!
Curran reportedly “filed a restraining order in 2013" that claimed her roommate, Princeton, “threatened to hire a hitman to take her out.” TMZ continues:
Baylee went on to claim Roseborough physically hurt her by pushing her head against a bedroom wall ... hard enough to call an ambulance.
Her claims were enough for a judge to issue a temporary restraining order, but when it came time for a formal hearing, she was a no-show in court so the restraining order was lifted.
The case was eventually dismissed. This entire story is giving me agita.
What’s happening here?
- I’d love to go to the movies with Laura Linney and eat Milk Duds and popcorn with butter. [E! Online]
- Sharon Stone’s terrifying stalker is about to be released from prison. [TMZ]
- “Looks like gym clothes are the new athleisure!” [E! Online]
- Blake and Miranda tried not to make it awkward. They failed. [Us Weekly]
- Who the hell is Dan Bilzerian? [TMZ]
- Oh right, he’s the guy who threw a naked model off a roof. [Live Leak]