Los Angeles: Reality TV star Kylie Jenner and actor Timothee Chalamet have reportedly called it quits. As per aceshowbiz.com, after seven months of dating, Kylie was the one who 'got dumped' by the 'Call Me by Your Name' actor.
An insider told Life & Style that the mom of two blames their split on their busy schedule.
"She is telling people that things between them naturally fizzled out because they're both busy and travelling," the source claimed.
However, "friends are whispering that Kylie got dumped." They also suspected that the "Dune" actor used her for publicity for his upcoming 'Wonka' movie.
The former star of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" allegedly tried to look like she was unfazed by the separation. "Kylie is playing it casual, but her friends know this must sting. Timothee was the first guy she really spent time with after splitting from (Travis Scott (II)). She even introduced him to her family," the source noted.
The split report arrived after Travis appeared to shade Timothee on his new song 'Meltdown'.
On the track, which is included in his new album 'Utopia', the 32-year-old raps, "Chocolate AP and chocolate the Vs (Vs), got the Willy Wonka factory (Vs)/ Burn an athlete like it's calories, find another flame hot as me." The emcee seemingly referred to Willy Wonka, whom Timothee plays in his upcoming film "Wonka".
Previous reports revealed that Travis wasn't thrilled about Kylie's alleged romance with Timothee. "Although Travis understands that Kylie is free to date whoever she wants, he's not exactly ecstatic about the whole situation [with Timothee]," a source said at the time. "Despite his feelings, Kylie and Travis have both been very mature about their split and are focused on co-parenting in a healthy manner."
News of Kylie and Timothee dating first broke in early April after the popular Instagram gossip account Deuxmoi claimed they were seeing each other. Fueling the dating speculation, the TV personality's car was seen subtly arriving and then leaving the actor's home in Beverly Hills, California in late May.
(With IANS inputs)