Tyga has finally had enough of Kylie’s social media addiction

So, you know how Kylie tends to post pretty much everything on social media?

Her dog’s birthday parties, her poolside lounging and every time she gets her make up done are all documented on her Snapchat stories. There is even an entire Instagram account dedicated to the videos in case you ever miss out on one.

 

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The 18-year old reality TV star was recently “passed the baton” of social media queen by big sister Kim and while her fans might enjoy all of her ‘behind the scenes’ style videos, some people do not.

That would include her rapper boyfriend Tyga. The 25-year old was minding his own business lounging on the couch when he was caught by Kylie’s camera.

 

Her latest post has a video of her telling him she “posted it”, although we don’t know what ‘it’ was. Tyga wasn’t all that thrilled about it when he responded:

“Oh my god. Why do you post everything? Damn! You’re killing me!”

Since turning 18 earlier this summer, Kylie has included an awful lot more of Tyga in her social media posts, which are getting to be quite intimate indeed.

 

 

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Earlier this weekend she posted a video of herself in the bath. Granted she was wearing clothes and it was supposedly a promotional clip, it seems Kylie is not afraid of getting people talking.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has also reportedly told her mom Kris that she deserves to be paid more than Kim as she is the more popular sister.

“Kylie has told Kris that they should focus more on her in the show rather than on Kim," a source told Radar Online.

“She added that is clear to her who the fans really want to see now. Kris is enamored with her 'new cash cow', so Kylie might just get what she wants.”

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