Mar 30, 2015
If you thought Kylie Jenner's strappy monokini earlier this month was pushing the limits, you haven't seen anything yet. The 17-year-old reality star posted weekend pics of her hitting the pool at Scott Disick's mansion on Sunday, and it's safe to say all eyes were on her in the skimpy black bikini she sported for the occasion. "Thanks @goldteethgod for the necklace of my G wagon," she wrote alongside this selfie of her bikini bod. But it's pretty safe to say nobody's looking at her jewelry right? PHOTOS: Hollywood's Hottest Bikini Bods The part-time model was clearly feeling her latest look, posting another bikini selfie of her an hour later, this time a full-body angle. "Ok I'm done," she acknowledged. Kylie's mature appearance has caused controversy before, particularly when it comes to the rumors that she's dating 25-year-old rapper Tyga. The two haven't done much to dispel the romance rumors, with Tyga recently Instagramming that the youngest Jenner sister "captured heart." But despite Kylie's young age, one thing's for sure -- she's already making great business decisions. Earlier this month, she and her big sister Kendall announced their own mobile game, no doubt hoping to follow in the footsteps of their half-sister Kim's amazingly successful Kim Kardashian: Hollywood app. NEWS: It Takes Kylie Jenner 40 Minutes a Day to Get Her Famous Lips Watch below to find out all about the Jenner sisters' new venture.
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