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Kylie Jenner to spend N36m for her daughter’s 2nd birthday party

Kylie Jenner

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Kylie Jenner and her ex-boyfriend Travis Scott are reportedly set to spend a whopping $100,000 (36,250,000.00 million naira) for Stormi’s upcoming birthday party.

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According to a source, Kylie and Travis will rent a studio space to celebrate their daughter’s second birthday, Daily Mail reports.

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Wothappen.com gathers that the source told TMZ: “They are getting back to their co-parenting ways to throw a joint party for Stormi’s 2nd.

 

“[They’re] renting out a studio space for friends and family and running up the tab to a cool six figures.”

Recall that Kylie and Travis split in November 2019, after dating for two years.

 

As expected, fans took to social media to react to the development.

 

Margarita McDonald on Facebook said: “The more you give her the more she’ll grow to expect….& parents wonder why their child has an entitled attitude as they get older as well as being out of touch with the real world & thinking the only happiness comes from material stuff…..good luck with that.”

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Sylvia Van said: “Why can’t you spent (sic) that on some people that really need your help. You became rich by people who bought your products, Etc. All you do is show the expensive clothes, shoes, strollers and Etc. Please remember how you made your millions. Peace.”

Shawn Thompson said: “That’s it? They have a combined net worth of like a billion dollars… That’s like a normal couple spending about $50 bucks for their child’s bday party. Step it up guys – that’s pretty weak…don’t you love your kid?”

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