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Kylie Jenner dating PartyNextDoor?

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Kylie Jenner dating PartyNextDoor?

Kylie Jenner is reportedly dating PartyNextDoor.

The 18-year-old reality star recently called time on her 18-month romance with Tyga, 26, but is said to have moved on already with the rapper, whose real name is Jahron Brathwaite.

A source told The Sun newspaper: "Their relationship started quite suddenly but it just feels right.

"They are mad for each other.

"She doesn't know why she wasted time with Tyga.

"Kylie's family found the eight-year age gap with Tyga a bit weird, especially as they got together before she turned 18 last year.

"PartyNextDoor is much better as he's only four years older than her."

Last week, the Canadian rapper shared a picture on Instagram of his and Kylie's jewel-encrusted watches, with the caption: "Diamond battles with @kyliejenner (sic)"

And the post caught the eye of the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star's former boyfriend, as Tyga then shared a photo of his own jewelled time piece, writing alongside the picture: "Diamond battles".

The 'Rack City' hitmaker recently admitted he "still loves" Kylie.

When asked if the difference in age played a factor in their break up, he said: "Um, uh, I think, you know, we're both just focusing on our lives, our individual lives right now, you know? Sometimes things don't work out. But, you know, I love her."

When asked if there would always be love between them, Tyga simply added: "For sure."

However, this isn't the first time the couple - who have previously said they wanted to get married - have split, with Kylie's half-sister Khloe Kardashian previously revealing she is always confused by their relationship status.

She said: "I ask Kylie ... 'I think you were just somewhere for New Year's with him' and then like one day, they're not together. That's the life of an 18 year old ... So I stopped asking her, because it's confusing and I hate telling people, 'Oh, they broke up' and then all of a sudden, someone pulls in my driveway and I'm like, 'Oh, I thought we were done with this one.'"