Tyga and Kylie Jenner's 'intimate picnic'

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TYGA won Kylie Jenner back with an "intimate picnic".

The 'Ayo' hitmaker reportedly ironed out any differences he may have had with the 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star as they dined in the grounds of California State University in Fullerton, California ahead of his concert there last night.

A source said: "They were holding hands as they walked to the track on campus where they had an intimate picnic.

"It was quite lovely. I couldn't hear what they were talking about, but she was smiling, laid back and laughing. She had her feet on his lap while they ate on the grass, and a few times, I saw her wiping his face with his napkin."

Meanwhile, the 25-year-old rapper is believed to be so desperate to stop his ex-girlfriend Blac Chyna - with whom he has two-year-old son King Cairo - from ruining his relationship with the 17-year-old star that he is considering offering her $500,000 to stop her from meddling in their relationship.

Another insider added to "Tyga has decided to try and reason with Blac the one way he knows she understands - with money. He doesn't want her to do any more damage so he's offering her money to stop.

"He doesn't want to see any more texts or any more Instagram disses. He hates it, but he will pay her hundreds of thousands of dollars - half a million if he has to, to get her to chill out. It's the only thing that may work."

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