If you peeped the new video for the statutory sex anthem, “Stimulated,” you will see a carefree Tyga and Kylie Jenner living it up at one their Calabasas hangout mansions. Such an easy, breezy lifestyle has to be monitored for all residents of California (no matter the social standing) as the state is in a serious drought.
In the city of Calabasas (a largely scenic community made popular by its celebrity homes), residents are limited to are limited to 15-minutes, two days a week of outside water use, where runoff into the streets is strictly prohibited as well.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District identified 203 water wasting violators and Tyga and Kylie Jenner were among the guilty parties. The young celebrity couple live in separate homes (Kylie owns a $2.7 million, 5,000-square-foot Mediterranean mansion in the Oaks enclave; Tyga rents a $10.2 million, 12,000-square-foot Tuscan nouveau villa nearby) and state Public Records Act found violations in apparently both. NBC recently ran a report that discovered Dr. Dre also was cited for violating the water mandate.
Despite receiving a citation from the city sounds like serious business, both Tyga and Kylie Jenner still have some breathing room. The first offense is only a $100, which can go up to $500 around the fourth violation. If a resident is found guilty five times however, the city has the right to pull the plug on the water altogether.
The goal of the public ordinances is to obtain a 36 percent deduction in water usage over the next three years to possibly end the drought.
It’s just something to think about following Tyga and Kylie Jenner’s next pool party.