Kylie Jenner's Family Thinks That Tyga Is a Bad Influence on Her

The youngest of the Kardashian clan, Kylie Jenner, has been making some negative headlines, causing the Kardashian family to think that Tyga is a bad influence on her.

AceShowbiz - Kardashian family will reportedly pay more serious attention to the youngest daughter, Kylie Jenner. They think that her rumored boyfriend, Tyga, is a bad influence on her.

Kylie's pal told PEOPLE that her family didn't think that the 17-year-old star was "out of control." Some of them, especially her mother, Kris Jenner, "are worried" about Tyga's influence on her instead.

The source said, "A lot of Tyga's friends are enablers. That makes her mom the most nervous. She doesn't want Kylie getting off track." Moreover, Tyga is currently in an ongoing feud with his baby mama, Blac Chyna. Kylie's family is afraid if she will get affected by the case involving the rapper.

Despite the freedom her parents gave, they didn't seem to agree with her relationship with the 25-year-old star. "Her parents know she is going to date who she wants, but they are worried he will have a negative impact on her decision-making," her friend added.

Kylie was also seen having experienced dramatic change on her appearance, especially on her lips. "She's become a perfectionist because she feels like she needs to be just as sexy as her other siblings, specifically Kendall and Khloe," her friend said. "She doesn't feel inadequate next to them, but she's willing to do whatever she can to herself to make her feel like she's looked at by the public in the same way." In the latest episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" which aired on May 10, Kylie opened up that she had temporary lip fillers to enhance her lips.

Last week, the teen made an alarming Snapchat video in which she allegedly said "high as f**k." Recently, she wrote a post on Twitter to deny the rumor. She clarified that she was actually saying "good as f**k" to comment on the chicken she was munching.

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