Tyga and his 17-year-old rumored girlfriend Kylie Jenner was spotted together in Beverly Hills yesterday after her dad introduced the world to Caitlyn Jenner via her Vanity Fair cover.
Peep their coupledom candids and get the deets on Adrian Peterson returning to the Minnesota Vikings after he was indicted on child abuse charges inside…
The world stopped yesterday after Olympic gold medalist-turned-reality star Bruce Jenner introduced us to his “real” self, Caitlyn Jenner, on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine.
While Caitlyn was busy changing her social media handles and thanking everyone for their support, her youngest daughter Kylie Jenner was spending time with rumored 25-year-old boyfriend Tyga.
Playing the supportive boyfriend role, T-Raww (who has Kylie’s name tatted on his arm) was right by the young reality star’s side as the twosome was spotted (surrounded by bodyguards) making their rounds in Beverly Hills, paying a visit to Kylie’s sister Kendall Jenner at her apartment.
Over the weekend, Tyga and Kylie made a stop at XIV Karats jewelry store in L.A. for some new bling before hitting up a celebrity basketball game at the Equinox Center that Tyga hosted. Hmm….
Guess Kylie is finding solace with her boo with all the extra media attention these days.
In other news….
NFL running back Adrian Peterson will be returning to the Minnesota Vikings today after a 9-month hiatus stemming from an indictment on child endangerment charges in Texas last year. Adrian missed the entire 2014-2015 football season after only playing in the opening game.
You’ll recall, Adrian pleaded no contest in a Texas court to one count of misdemeanor reckless assault to avoid jail time for whipping his 4-year-old son. Following the indictment, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell suspended Adrian for the rest of the season.
The 30-year-old running back will participate in the team’s voluntary practice today. In an email written to the AP, Adrian seems excited about suiting up and getting back on the gridiron. He wrote,
”I’ve been away from the game for an entire season. I wanted the chance to be around the players and coaches, the guys that really matter to me. I love my teammates. We have a great group of young players and a solid coaching staff and I’m excited to get back on the field with those guys and play in front of the fans again.”
While he seems to be eager to reunite with his team, last week, he went on a Twitter rant about the NFL’s lack of guaranteed contracts. He tweeted (read from the bottom up):
Even with his semi-uncertain contract, he still decided to return to the Vikings. Adrian will receive his $12.75 million salary for 2015 guaranteed in Week 1, but it’s up in the air after that. In the email, he wrote,
“I have an agent who handles any contractual questions or business-related questions, but it’s normal procedure for any player in my position to want to secure his future.”
We’re sure he’s happy to be playing for a team rather than no team at all. Let’s see if the fans welcome him back…