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Kylie Jenner, NBC Upfronts

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Kylie Jenner isn't heading down the aisle.

In fact, the 17-year-old Keeping Up With the Kardashians star isn't even engaged! In response to Life & Style's ridiculous "Teen Bride" cover story, Kylie assured her 10.7 million Twitter followers that she has no immediate plans to marry rapper Tyga.

"Not planning on getting married anytime soon," she tweeted.

Furthermore, in the July 26 premiere episode of E!'s eight-episode docu-series I Am Cait, Kylie was shocked to find out that her 88-year-old grandmother, Esther Jenner, had gotten married when she was just 17 years old.

Kylie didn't feel the need to address specific details from the Life & Style cover story, like a source claiming her mom Kris Jenner "thinks she can easily make $5 million or more from Kylie and Tyga's 'I do's," or a source saying "Kylie wants this wedding to be bigger than both of [Kim Kardashian]'s weddings and [Khloe Kardashian]'s wedding to Lamar Odom." The tabloid also claimed Kylie and Tyga have an "ironclad prenup," and that she will wear a custom Balmain gown, Caitlin Jenner will walk her down the aisle Kendall Jenner will be maid of honor.

Sometimes the tabloids can read like fan faction!

Kylie is used to silly rumors, and she often feels compelled to refute them.

Last week, for example, Keeping Up With the Kardashians' executive producer Ryan Seacrest threw Kylie a party to celebrate her recent graduation from Laurel Springs High School in Ojai, Calif. The teen shared photos via several social media platforms, and sadly, some users accused her of not actually graduating.

"That's what's wrong with today," Kylie tweeted last Friday. "If you don't show or 'prove' to social media that you've done something it's like it never happened!"

"My reality is...I only show people what I want them to see," she continued. "No one knows what goes on in my day to day but me & who I share my moments with."

Kylie also took the opportunity to respond to her critics.

"In a community you want to be a part of so bad," one user said.

"This just proves my point," she replied.