Kylie Jenner New Boyfriend: Young Star Seen with Lil Za at Justin Beiber's House of Drugs
Uh-oh!I Kylie Jenner about to head down the wrong path?
16-year old Kylie Jenner has been seen in the company of Lil Za, the 20-year old friend of Justin Beiber who was recently charged with three felonies stemming from his arrest earlier in January at Beiber's home.
Lil Za, real name Xavier Smith, was allegedly in possession of MDMA, a form of ecstacy and oxycodone without a valid prescription at the time of arrest. If convicted of the charges, Za faces up to nine years of jail time.
TMZ reports that the youngest Jenner was with Lil Za over the weekend and the shot below was believed to be in the kitchen of Justin Beiber's Calabasas home now known as the "weed den" to stash supply of marijuana. The photo was captioned, "Ohhh how I just love you."
Kylie and Za seem to be getting a little too close for comfort as Za has been posting photos of the two on his Shorts and Instagram page where he refers to the aspiring fashionista as his "best friend."
Back in January, Justin Beiber had a run in with the cops for egging his neighbor's house. A few days later, the L.A. Country Sheriff's office raided Beiber's home but was unable to uncover enough to arrest the teenage pop star, reports Time Entertainment.
Smith, an aspiring hip-hop star was taken into custody after being found with a bag of illegal substances during the raid. The Toronto Sun reported that was arrested for a second time for vandalising a telephone at the Los Angeles County Sheriff's jail, where he was being held shortly before posting bail.
The rapper faces two counts of felony possession of a controlled substance and a third charge for vandalising the phone in jail.
E! Online reported that Za's bail was first set at $20,000, but another $50,000 was tacked on after the phone incident.
It'll be interesting to see how this story unfolds and whether her Kardashian step-sisters will have to intervene and what Mommy Kris Jenner has to say about this curious little friendship.