Just two months after her break-up with Tyga, Kylie Jenner is said to have tied the knot with American hip-hop artist Travis Scott in an intimate ceremony. Is there any truth to this?

The truth behind Kylie Jenner/Travis Scott marriage rumors

Jenner, 19 and Scott, 25, reportedly tied the knot in front of family and close friends at her $2.7 million house in Calabasas, California. The couple, who made their official debut as a couple at the 2017 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, kept the wedding a secret because they reportedly both wanted privacy.

“It wasn't a big, glamorous affair like other Kardashian weddings, and only a few close friends were invited,” an unnamed source told Life & Style Weekly. “But Kylie is crazy about Travis.”

Since there were no official photographers at the ceremony, Jenner asked her friends to film the special moment on their respective smartphones. She reportedly plans to use the footage on her upcoming reality television show, “Life of Kylie,” which premieres on July 6th at 10:00 PM (EST).

And just when everyone thought things could not get even more exciting, the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star has reportedly asked Scott to move in to her $35 million Cliffside mansion in Beverly Hills. The place has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, a big screen theater, and a relaxing pool area.

However, neither Jenner nor Scott have commented on the wedding rumors, so until they do, this remains nothing more than rumor and speculation.

No originality?

The youngest daughter of Kris and Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner is facing criticism for allegedly copying the designs of PluggedNYC, an independent brand based in New York.

Tizita Balemlay, the creative director and founder of PluggedNYC, took to Instagram on June 08, Thursday, to post a collage that features Kylie Jenner donning her camouflage clothes, drawing the similarities to PluggedNYC’s camo collection.

She also shared a screenshot of an email exchange that reveals Kylie’s team asking for a swim care package and custom-made tops for the reality star.

Kylie has also been slammed for cultural appropriation.

Not long after Perez Hilton posted a tweet saying that the reality star was making "camo bikinis a thing," people were quick to point out that Destiny's Child first wore the look in their “Survivor” (2001) music video.

As of this writing, Kylie Jenner has yet to address the issue.