Kylie Jenner Stars in Tyga's "Stimulated" Music Video

After keeping their relationship somewhat off camera (possibly because she was underage for most of it), Tyga and Kylie Jenner are showing the world their love in the video for his song "Stimulated."

When "Stimulated" dropped, it raised eyebrows for lyrics that nodded to the 25-year-old rapper dating the model/reality star, who was 17 for most of their relationship (Jenner turned 18 a few weeks ago). "They say she young/She should have waited," he rapped on the Fuk Wat They Talkin Bout track. "She a big girl, dawg, when she stimulated."

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Well, Tyga seems to confirm Jenner is the stimulated "big girl" of his song in the music video, which features Tyga smoking up, giving Kylie a piggyback ride and making out with his girlfriend of nearly a year.

It all takes place on an expensive piece of beachfront property that the Jenner/Kardashian clan can certainly afford, but based on the complete lack of interest in Tyga's The Gold Album from earlier this summer, he may only be able to enjoy for so long.

Watch it below.


This article originally appeared on Billboard.com.

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