Kylie Jenner and Tyga split for good, beforelast week'sMet Gala. Thenews was first released by TMZ. This is not the first time that the 18-year-old beauty split from her rapper boyfriend, but according to some sources, this time is for real. After almost two years together, the Kardashians' youngest is single again, but she should remain friends with the American musician.

Allegedly, Tyga has already moved on in his life. According to some sources, the rapper was spotted witha model and his mother, last Sunday, while they should be celebrating the Mother's day.

They all lunched together, but the model's identity was not revealed yet.

Kylie and Tyga's romance

Kylie and Tyga had a very tumultuous relationship, for about two years. Back in 2014, when Tyga was with Blac Chyna, the mother of his son, King Cairo. They split in the middle of the year and it didn't take too much time until Tyga was spotted with Kylie, and hanging out with the Kardashian family.

They didn't turn their romance public at first, once Kylie was only 17. At that time, Blac Chyna and Kylie were in a controversial relationship, as Tyga's ex didn't accept very well that he was moving on with Kylie, and she slammed her, publicly, a few times. But, things changed really quickly and now, Blac Chyna is pregnant again, but her child will be Kylie's nephew.

Blac Chyna is datingRob Kardashianand they confirmed her pregnancy a few days ago.

Actually, Kylie and Blac are reportedly close friends again. Last November, they broke-up for "something Tyga did." By the way, the last months of 2015 were very complicated for the former couple. After this first split, they came back together again, but Tyga was involved in a scandal with a 14-year-old girl, with whom he was texting for a while.

Kylieeven missed his birthday party, which would be awkward if they were that good.

"There's no going back"

Last week, they both showed up at the Met Gala, but they weren't seen together. And the last time Tyga was pictured onKylie's Instagram was at Coachella festival, last month. As it seems it's all over, the Daily Mail reports that "this time there's no going back."