Tyga is not getting "revenge" on Kylie Jenner with a reality show, despite a made-up report. Gossip Cop can debunk the fabricated story.
According to HollywoodLife, Tyga is teaming up with Scott Disick on a joint reality series, and they'll use the new program to "slam" Kylie and Kourtney Kardashian. A so-called "source" claims to the webloid, "Tyga is all about getting his own show right now. He's super bitter that Kylie wouldn't put him in her spin-off series, so this is a way to retaliate."
The site's supposed snitch goes on to allege Tyga is convinced "it'll drive Kylie insane to see him living it up all over the world with beautiful women" on the reality show. And Disick, contends the outlet's tipster, "has been a terrible influence, encouraging Tyga to pursue this idea. He loves watching Kylie and Kourtney freak out, he thinks it's funny." The online publication's "source" adds, "This whole show pitch is so vengeful."
But Tyga and Disick are NOT doing a reality show together. Gossip Cop busted that claim when it was first published this past week by OK!. Our impeccable source at the time even told us that Tyga and Disick had never even heard of their own supposed show plans until the tabloid ran the story. They had absolutely nothing in the works, and the article was completely false.
And now HollywoodLies is caught in a big lie. After seeing the gossip magazine's story, the webloid chose not to investigate and fact-check to see if it was true. Instead, the site regurgitated the erroneous allegations, and added its own falsehoods by claiming Tyga planned to use the show to get "revenge" on Jenner. But again, there is no show and there never was. The blog just created its own fake news, and did so to appear "in the know."
It's clear, however, that the outlet is anything but knowledgeable, because if it had real sources, it never would've run this tale about a non-existent reality show. The publication is even wrong when it asserts Jenner "wouldn't put" Tyga on her own upcoming series. Not only did Gossip Cop exclusively break the news about "Life Of Kylie," but we were also told that Tyga very well may make appearances. Again, HollywoodLies would've known that if it had any legitimate insight.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.