Kylie Jenner Quits Her App After a Post About Her Sex Life with Tyga Is Published

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Kylie Jenner may still charge you $2.99 a month to have access to her private life via her paid app, but don’t expect her to write a word of it.

The reality star announced Tuesday morning (Jan. 3, 2016) that she will no longer be updating her app after a post about her sex life with her boyfriend, Tyga, was published without her permission. Titled “How I Spoil My Man,” the article was written in Jenner’s voice and detailed how she spices up her relationship with the rapper, including introducing “lingerie, toys and massages” into the bedroom to “make your sex life fun!”

“My relationship is everything to me. T and I spend a lot of time together, but I still find little ways to show how much I love him,” the post, which has been removed, read. Aside from the sex advice, the article also claimed that Jenner would “re-create his favorite restaurant meal at home,” bake cookies “for no reason,” and surprise Tyga with gifts.

The post also featured a topless photo of Jenner straddling Tyga.

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“Even though we spend so much tim together, I make sure we go to dinner and a movie to get out and do something—just the two of us,” the note read before it was quickly taken down.

Jenner later explained that the post was not approved by her. Taking to Twitter, the 19-year-old wrote in a series of tweets:

In a deleted tweeted, the lip kit maven added it’ll “strictly be just my team and my friends” handling the app. Jenner’s app team also released a statement of their own explaining the situation, saying:

To Kylie’s fans:

This morning, a drafted article was inadvertently posted for a short period of time on Kylie’s app. This was a draft that was not in Kylie’s words, was not Kylie’s idea and had not been sent to her for approval.

We’d like to sincerely apologize to Kylie for this mistake and the fans because it was never our intention to misrepresent Kylie and Kylie’s voice.We deeply regret that this happened and will work hard to ensure this never occurs again.

xo,The App Team

However, fans pushed back and expressed their anger in paying for something not written by Jenner. Many followers blasted the new editorial strategy, arguing that Jenner should actually be more involved with her app given that the entire mishap stemmed from the fact that she didn’t produce her own content.

Currently, Jenner is still charging $2.99 per month — or $24.99 for an annual subscription — to gain access to “premium paid content from Kylie’s world, bringing you closer to her than ever before,” according to its iTunes App Store description.