Kylie Jenner has quashed the reports that claim she’s working on a secret album with Tyga. Several reports claimed that the 17-year-old is trying to crack in the music industry and is working with the likes of Tyga and Selena Gomez.
The reality star took to Twitter to quash those rumors on Sunday afternoon. Jenner said: “Focusing all my energy on making my new website amazing with it launches. Not making music.”
Fans were quick to jump on the teen once she denied the rumors. Some of them complimented Kylie Jenner’s voice and suggested that she should get into the music scene. Kylie has showed off her singing voice in many of her Snapchat videos. In a recent episode of KUWTK, the teen also admitted that she’s taking voice lessons to improve on her singing. It’s probably what triggered the secret album reports in the first place.
One fan said, “Why not music? It would be amazing.” Another fan added, “If you ever made music I would support you 100%.”
Us Weekly was one of the first reports to claim that Jenner was “secretly” working on her first album. The report also said that she’s been getting advice from Kanye West and Pia Mia, as Tyga helps her write her songs. According ot the alleged source, Jenner’s music is “very Tinashe-type music.”
This isn’t the first time that Kylie Jenner has been hit with talks of an upcoming album. Covert art for Jenner’s alleged debut single quickly went viral. The song called “Forever Love” was said to be a track with Tyga and Iggy Azalea. The report also claimed that Jenner’s new single would be released on March 30 or April 1, known as April Fool’s Day.
Kylie Jenner took to Twitter then to quash the rumors. She said that the cover art was “fake” and that she’s “not releasing a song.”
Meanwhile, Kylie’s boyfriend is finding himself in more legal trouble. The rapper has been accused of sexual assault from a model who claims he owes her $25,000. Allison Brown told TMZ that she was assaulted during Tyga’s 2011 video shoot for his song “Make It Nasty.”
The rapper settled the sexual assault case out of court. But according to Allison, he still owes her 50 percent of the money they agreed to. According to the model, she was forced to drink alcohol and to appear topless in the video. Allison also claims that a man dressed in a rabbit costume dry humped her on the set of the video. She did not say if that man was in fact Tyga. Allison is suing for fraud, infliction of emotional distress, invasion of privacy, and sexual battery.
She’s not the only model who’s suing the rapper for sexual assault. Alissa Rae Ross, Azia Davis and Elizabeth Velasquez are also suing for breach of contract, fraud, and invasion of privacy. All three models were also sexually assaulted on the set of the video shoot.
There hasn’t been any word from Kylie Jenner or Tyga’s reps on this matter. The rapper has slammed TMZ for false reports before on Twitter. It’ll be interesting to see if he takes to the social networking site to slam this report as well.
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