As you’ve no doubt heard by now, Kylie Jenner is expecting her first child.
The 20-year-old reality star and cosmetics mogul got pregnant by boyfriend Travis Scott, a rapper, singer, record producer, and–if Kris Jenner is to be believed–serial philanderer.
Yes, rumors of Scott cheating on Kylie have been circulating for about as long as the two of them have been dating, and now, at the behest of momager Kris, Kylie is finally taking action.
But sadly, she’s not kicking his ass to the curb.
Instead, she’s taking a totally healthy approach to the situation and putting Scott under 24-hour surveillance.
According to Radar Online, Kylie is “planning on building a house for Scott next door to hers complete with high-tech security cameras that’ll report his every move.”
“She doesn’t want him to live with her in her house, just have him nearby,” one insider tells the site.
“She says it’s to be close to baby but she wants to keep an eye on him too.”
So Travis’ punishment for getting caught cheating is a customized mansion in Calabasas?
We can’t help but picture Tyga grumbling about the raw deal he received as he fashions a thatched newspaper roof for his Frigidaire box abode.
As for Scott’s cheating partner, In Touch identifies her only as a “video vixen” who recently worked with Travis.
Does this mean Kylie is gonna follow Scott to the set and the studio from now on?
What about on tour?
Look, Kylizzle–if dude wants to cheat, he’s gonna find the time.
The second consctruction is complete on his mansion, he’ll probably order a Rita Hayworth poster on Amazon and start chipping away at his bedroom wall with a rock hammer.
The fact that these two are still making a go at a relationship for the sake of the kid is endlessly bizarre to us.
People stay together due to surprise pregnancies all the time, but it’s usually the result of economic necessity or societal expectations.
But Kylie and Travis are both independently wealthy to the point that they could buy a chain of islands and launch their own society if they so choose.
Someone remind this girl that as Alicia Silverstone so memorably opined, this is California, not Kentucky.