Kylie cel­e­brates Tyga’s birth­day with racy pic­ture

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Kylie Jen­ner cel­e­brated Tyga’s birth­day with a racy pic­ture of them to­gether. The 19-year-old re­al­ity TV star took to In­sta­gram to share a to­p­less pic­ture of her­self as she strad­dled the 27-year-old rap­per and she cap­tioned it, “happy birth­day baby”. She added an­other pic­ture of them both in a sim­i­lar pose and wrote: “Ir­re­place­able.” Last week Kylie and Tyga’s son King Cairo, four, threw the rap­per an early sur­prise birth­day party and she shared a num­ber of videos on In­sta­gram. One video showed King Cairo stand­ing on the kitchen ta­ble sur­rounded by bal­loons, whilst the lip kit mogul held onto his waist for safety. As Tyga walked in the door, they started to sing him ‘Happy Birth­day’, leav­ing the ‘Rack City’ hit­maker com­pletely stunned. An­other fea­tured Kylie hand­ing Tyga a painted or­na­ment of the word “dad”, made by the young­ster. Tyga said to his son in the video: “Aw thank you man! Gimme a high five, gimme a high five!” King Cairo in­stead went in for a cud­dle, be­fore be­ing picked up by his dad. And Kylie spared no ex­pense on the wide spread of food that was laid out for the ‘Ayo’ rap­per, mak­ing sure to in­clude some his fa­vorite items such as fried chicken, and two sep­a­rate cakes. The rest of the night was spent play­ing around with Tyga’s son - whom he shares from his pre­vi­ous re­la­tion­ship to Blac Chyna, who is now en­gaged to Kylie’s half-brother Rob Kar­dashian - as one video cap­tured the boy in a fab­ric tun­nel toy, gig­gling and scream­ing as his dad went to catch him. Tippi He­dren has no sense of taste or smell. The ‘Birds’ ac­tress has lit­tle in­ter­est or en­joy­ment in meals be­cause there is no plea­sure in it for her af­ter suf­fer­ing dam­age in a fall over a decade ago. She ad­mit­ted: “I have no sense of taste or smell any­more, so I don’t care about food. “I had two falls and hit my head in the same place, which af­fected my ol­fac­tory nerves. It was over 10 years ago. “[I love choco­late] but that’s be­cause I loved choco­late be­fore.” And the 86year-old ac­tress ad­mit­ted her con­di­tion can be “dan­ger­ous” so she’s had all the gas-fu­elled ap­pli­ances re­moved from her home be­cause she’d be un­able to re­al­ize if there was a leak. She added: “It’s dan­ger­ous hav­ing no smell though be­cause I can’t smell smoke. I’ve had all the gas ap­pli­ances taken out of the house.” Though some stars have spo­ken of their de­sire not to have their chil­dren fol­low in their foot­steps, Tippi is over­joyed both her daugh­ter Me­lanie Grif­fith and grand­daugh­ter Dakota John­son have pur­sued the same ca­reer path. Be­ing in­ter­viewed by her fa­mous grand­daugh­ter for Bri­tain’s Vogue mag­a­zine, she said: “I think it’s fab­u­lous that you and Me­lanie are ac­tors. I didn’t suggest it to her, she just came home one day and said, ‘Mum, I’m go­ing to be in a movie.’“Dakota added: “I grew up on sets. I thought, this is their job, this is what my job will be.” But the ‘Marnie’ star didn’t al­ways want to be an ac­tress. She said: “I wanted to be a fig­ure skater - there are 10,000 lakes in Min­nesota - but my par­ents didn’t have enough money to send me to classes. “I used to watch my friends’ lessons then go out to one of the lit­tle lakes in our neigh­bor­hood and prac­tice and prac­tice.”

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