TV personality Kylie Jenner and rapper Drake were reportedly never going to let their romance reach the spotlight. 

“When the media caught on, they stopped,” an insider told Page Six. “Neither of them wants to be publicly seen as a couple.”

This news comes after the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star was spotted at Drake’s birthday party in early November. After the party, a source told People Magazine that the two were hanging out “romantically.”

But, the rumors seem to have since been put to rest. Another source from Page Six, who is close to Jenner, said that she “isn’t interested” in having any kind of significant relationship with Drake, with one of her alleged reasons being that he is “a notorious womanizer.”

“She’s smarter than that,” the insider added. 

Jenner appeared to add more closure to the Drake rumors by being spotted with Travis Scott, her former beau and the father of her child, over the Thanksgiving weekend.  

The two were at the Caliente Casino in Palm Springs on Black Friday with her sisters Kendall Jenner and Khloé Kardashian and her mom Kris Jenner.

Someone who was at the casino captured the two hanging out and the MazSight account @kyliesnapchat shared the video. 

 
 
 
 
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Kylie and Travis today at a casino near Palm Springs (@buelnaacarmenn)

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“They all stuck together at one table before Khloe went over to join her friends for a game,” an eyewitness reported to E! “Kylie and Travis then got up together and got drinks. They were strolling slowly, watching some of the table games, and were followed by Kylie’s security.”

“They seemed very close,” the observer continued. “There was no PDA or anything romantic, but they seemed happy to be together. They whispered in each other’s ears a lot and laughed. They were having a good time. They all headed back to Kris’s house for the night.”

Kylie Jenner and Drake Don’t ‘Want To Be Publicly Seen As A Couple’ In Picture: Kylie Jenner attends the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 10, 2019 in Los Angeles, california. photo: Getty images/Matt Winkelmeyer