Kylie Jenner is either the most laid-back 19-year-old fashion millionaire in the world, or a reckless teen bent on trolling the Kardashian family to an absurd degree. Over the past two months alone, she’s been linked to reports of a secret wedding between herself and 26-year-old boyfriend Tyga; a separate spate of reports that she refused to sign a prenup before marrying Tyga, for reasons passing understanding; confirmation that she’s wearing Tyga’s promise ring, because what could be better than combining the wild sex of young adulthood with the awkward symbolism of middle school; and, to top it all off, allegations that the rest of her famous family have been planning an intervention to help her break up with Tyga.
But her latest bit of trollery might take the cake. A brand-new report by Hollywood Life suggests that Kylie would be 100% a-OK with a pregnancy by Tyga–as long as that pregnancy was 100% unplanned. According to their insider, Kylie “has been telling friends recently that if she got pregnant she would totally be fine with it. She is not actively trying but knows that accidents happen and she would totally be cool with that scenario.”
That’s how you know you’ve really arrived as a 19-year-old: when an “accidents happen” pregnancy is something you’re allegedly “totally cool with.” And it’s not as if Kylie is hurting for space: in addition to the $2.7 million Calabasan playhouse she bought two years ago, and the $6 million Hidden Hills swagger pad she snatched up earlier this year, Kylie recently went out and bought herself a third mansion to sometimes call home. Kardashian home network E! is reporting that the $12 million house, also located in Hidden Hills, boasts a modest 13,200 square feet, a paltry eight bedrooms, and a tolerable eleven bathrooms, and sits on a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it 1.4 acre plot of land. For those of you keeping score at home, Kylie Jenner now owns as many houses as Tyga had cars that have been repossessed.
(Photo credits: Kylie Jenner and Tyga pregnant via Instagram, Patricia Schlein / WENN.com)