Kylie Jenner and Tyga are one of the celebrity couples who are always in the spotlight. The two have been dating for quite some time, although at first the pair tried to hide the fact that they were a couple. Now, it seems that the relationship has evolved and the two are seriously thinking about marriage.
So, a new report has claimed that Tyga wants to ask Kylie to officially be his wife. The rapper already asked Kris Jenner, Kylie’s mother, for her blessing and this means that he may pop the question in the near future. The news was reported by Hollywood Life, which claimed that Tyga wanted to get the blessing from Kris before asking Kylie to be his wife.
Allegedly, this happened during the vacation that the Kardashian Jenner clan is currently enjoying in Costa Rica. “Tyga turned up the Costa Rican heat and asked Kris if he could marry Kylie when the time comes,” the source said. “He told Kris he loves Kylie and can’t see himself being with anyone but her,” the insider went on to add.
The insider claimed that Kris was really happy for her daughter and she give Tyga her blessing to pop the question. The source also said that the proposal will not come as a surprise for Kylie, who was there throughout this entire time.
“Kylie was gushing and blushing at the same time when T asked her mother about marriage. She can’t believe how sweet and honest T is and feels so lucky to have a man like him who’s so serious about her,” the insider also explained. “Kylie and T’s vacation has been nothing but magical and fun. They’re so in love and they’ve been flaunting their feelings and joy for one another in front of the family,” it concluded.
Well, these are not the only rumors associated with the famous family and this vacation. Some sources previously claimed that Kim banned her husband, Kanye West, from the vacation because she wanted to relax without having to deal with Kanye’s behavior and changing moods. Kourtney Kardashian was also associated to some rumors, as the father of her children, Scott Disick, was not there, either.