BLOGS OF THE DAY: Kylie calls it quits with rapper Tyga 

Rapper Tyga reportedly spent his 26th birthday as a single man, after splitting from girlfriend Kylie Jenner. 

According to E! News the couple are officially no more after breaking up on Thursday and Kylie was no where to be seen at the rapper’s birthday celebrations. 

A source tells TMZ that it was Kylie who decided to end the relationship, when she returned home from a trip to Australia because of “something Tyga did”. 

Kylie reportedly decided to end the relationship when she returned home from a trip to Australia, because of "something Tyga did".

Kylie reportedly decided to end the relationship when she returned home from a trip to Australia, because of "something Tyga did".

The couple began dating in October 2014, but made their relationship more public in recent months. 

An insider also told E! News: “They are on a break. They were just a week or so ago talking about ‘ever after' and things got messy this past week. Kylie wants time to just be by herself and do her. Tyga is not giving up as that’s his one and only lady.” 

The rapper is said to be “devastated" by Kylie’s decision to call things off and he denies “doing anything” at all. 

On Thursday Tyga celebrated his birthday without Kylie in West Hollywood. In attendance were rappers A$AP Rocky and Wiz Khalifa, along with actors Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio. —contactmusic.com 

Miley's trippy video

Miley Cyrus has gone trippy for her new music video for Lighter. The track is taken from her fifth studio album Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz which the singer released for free on August 30 after her hosting duties at the VMAs. 

Cyrus directed the kaleidoscopic video with Wayne Coyne and unveiled it on Facebook as she dedicated it to fans. 

“F**k yeah! After our 1st show in Chicago (which was totally turnt) we loved seeing y’all singing along to all the Dead Petz jamsssss but seemed like this one was a fan favorite!!!!! (sic)” she wrote. —digitalspy.co.uk 

Pope on family values

Many have called Pope Francis a “Pope of the People” or “The People’s Pope”, due in no small part to his way of doing things. 

And he recently took the opportunity during a sermon at St. Peter’s Square to share his thoughts on tech at the table: “A family that almost never eats together, or that never speaks at the table but looks at the television or the smartphone, is hardly a family.” 

He then said: “When children at the table are attached to the computer or the phone and don’t listen to each other, this is not a family, this is a pensioner!” —foxnews.com

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