Kylie Jenner and Drake have apparently been hanging out more following her split from Travis Scott.
A previous report claimed the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star and rapper first got close at his birthday party, where an onlooker described them as "inseparable".
If you're in the market for a new couple to ship, look no further than Kylie Jenner and Drake. A new report claims the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star and rapper have been spending lots of time together following her split from Travis Scott.
ICYMI, Kylie and Travis, who share daughter Stormi Webster, announced their split to the world at the beginning of October. "Travis and I are on great terms and our main focus right now is Stormi! Our friendship and our daughter is priority," Kylie wrote to her followers.
And while she's still sharing sweet comments on his Instagram posts, a source at People claims she's turned her romantic attention towards Drake. "[Drake] and Kylie have been spending time together recently," the insider commented. "They’ve been friends for a long time and Drake is very close to the family."
Another source added that they were definitely hanging out "romantically".
While neither Drake or Kylie have commented on the claims - not have they been pictured together - the new report follows rumours they were inseparable at his birthday party last month.
Us Weekly's onlookers said the pair 'had an attraction', and spent the evening dancing next to each other and enjoying each other's company. Oooh.
"[Kylie] spent the most time near Drake and his friends," the source explained. "Kylie was rapping to songs and dancing with her friends while she was next to Drake, but they weren’t dancing together. They seemed to have a connection though."
The source continued that they seemed very content around each other, and that there was definitely a spark. "They were joking around and Kylie was laughing. She seemed to be really happy and in a great mood and her and Drake seemed very comfortable with each other. There seemed to be an attraction there."
We need receipts, please.
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