"She wasn't easy to work for, but I did enjoy my job". They were at Coachella-neither can remember where, exactly, they first met-and the whole thing just turned into a hang that went well.
Life has got to be pretty good if you're a Kardashian woman, but the same can't always be said for the men in their lives.
The campaign description has excitement written all over it as it reads, "I don't want to live in a world where Kylie Jenner doesn't have a billion dollars".
With the GQ shoot being the couple's first ever joint interview, it comes as little surprise that they gave their most candid insight into their romance to date. "He's not just saying that, I am the best", Kylie says. QUOTE "We would just go to these random cities".
For those upset that Kylie Jenner is not yet a billionaire, take heart - the meme guy from social media has got you. I want him to be him.
Kylie Jenner is a new mom, an nearly billionaire, and the youngest sister int he KarJenner clan, but there's still a lot we don't know about the reality star turned beauty mogul. Cause we were fighting, and I was like, I didn't tell anyone where or why. We would just be in Cleveland, walking the street for hours. "Holy shit. 'And I was like, "I guess I'm going with you [on tour],"' she said, to complete the scene".
One such (former) staff member has revealed what it is like to be one of Kris' employees and as expected, it's no walk in the park...
Family matriarch Kris, 62, said that people should cut Kylie some slack because she's a lot more business-minded and focused than she's given credit for.
"I really didn't get it, because she is "self-made"-we are all 'self-made, '" she said".
"On my birthday, he woke me up out of bed at like six in the morning. What do you mean?' And he just starts pulling me, and the sun was just coming up, and he had flowers all the way down his house and violin players everywhere".
She also explained that she nor her sisters have ever leaned on their parents for anything - except advice and guidance. We might have the opportunity, but I've seen it go the complete opposite way.