Kylie Jenner Tattoos Her Initials On THIS Music Legend’s Son!

Kylie Jenner seems to be making headlines a lot lately!

Just a few days after Willow Smith’s controversial photo with 20-year-old Moises Arias surfaced online, the youngest of the Kardashian crew shared a similar picture with reported on-again/off-again boyfriend Jaden Smith.

In the black-and-white pic (which can be seen on Kylie’s Tumblr page) the 16-year-old reality starlet can be seen on a bed straddling the 15-year-old actor, who appears to be wearing only underwear.

Perhaps this was Kylie’s attempt to take some heat off of Willow (13), who is one of her longtime friends.

But the young model wasn’t done yet!

A video also surfaced this week via TMZ which shows Jenner tattooing Lionel Richie’s son.

In the clip, Miles Richie (19) is reportedly getting some new ink from tattoo artist John Petro when Jenner jumps in to “help” by placing her hands on Petro’s and tracing out her initials on Miles’s hand.

The video was allegedly captured while Miles was in the studio with French Montana and Kylie’s sister/French’s girlfriend Khloe Kardashian.

And while this all seems fairly innocent, The New York Daily News states that Jenner could actually be fined for the incident, due to the fact that one must be at least 18-year-old to administer tattoos in the state of California.

See the video HERE.

Do you think Kylie Jenner is about to go through a rebellious stage a la Justin Bieber? Or is she just having a bit of fun? Sound off below! 


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