Kylie Jenner won't stop flaunting her wealth despite Kim Kardashian's robbery

Oct 6, 2016 at 9:10 a.m. ET
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What happened to Kim Kardashian West in Paris, France, last weekend has sparked multiple conversations about whether celebrities should be flaunting their wealth. But according to a new report, Kardashian West's scare is not going to do anything to deter her youngest sister Kylie Jenner.

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Jenner often shares photos of her jewelry, luxury cars and incredible home on social media, and according to a HollywoodLife source, she doesn't intend to stop. Nor does her boyfriend, Tyga.

"Tyga and Kylie are going to keep on doing them," a source told the publication. "They're absolutely pissed about what happened to Kim, but in no way are they going to let that stop them from promoting their images. Kylie has every right to flaunt her jewelry, cars, house, the works. She's worked hard for all her bling and material possessions, and if that's what makes her happy, then so be it. Tyga loves all that about her."

What happened to Kardashian West was terrifying and not something we want to see happen to anyone — celebrity or not. But it also serves as a reminder that living life in the public eye can be dangerous, and while Jenner and Tyga reportedly have no plans to change their lifestyles, they're being smart about it and apparently intend to tighten up on their security.

According to the source, "Both of them will have an excess of bodyguards wherever they go — even if it's to a late-night movie, they will have muscles present." This must be an incredibly stressful time for the Kardashian-Jenner household, and we hope they stay safe!

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