Kylie Jenner breaks down in tears over rocky relationship with Tyga


From the outside Kylie Jenner might look like she’s the most confident Kardashian sister out of the lot of them.

But in a sneak peak at an upcoming episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, the 18-year-old’s vulnerable side is laid bare.

The teen, who took her romance with on-off boyfriend Tyga public early last year, is clearly struggling with their relationship which has been rocked by numerous cheating allegations.

In scenes filmed last October, the reality beauty, dressed in a green bomber jacket and jeans, breaks down in tears as she confides in her sisters.

“I just, like, don’t know what to do about T,” she sobs as Kourtney tries to console her.

Before they can say anything, Kylie gets up and walks off while still in tears.

It’s unclear what caused Kylie’s tears, but late last year Tyga, 26, was accused of cheating on the teen with a Brazilian model.

Annalu Cardoso, 23, alleged the rapper slept with her while Kylie was “out of the country”.

Sources claimed the pair met while working on a music video in 2014 – and would allegedly meet up while the 18-year-old was away.

More recently the dad-of-one was forced to deny he had been texting 14-year-old model Molly O’Malia who he met on Instagram for anything other than business.

The Rack City rapper claimed he only reached out to the teen because he was scouting new talent.

Tyga’s manager Anthony Martini told TMZ that Tyga personally got in touch with O’Malia after his team came across her singing online.

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Tyga’s manager denied that it ever got “uncomfortable” between the two as they messaged back and forth, with the hip hop star asking her for some music.

The rep also added that Tyga was keen to FaceTime the teen model so they could listen to her sing, while he was in the studio with producers.

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