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Khloe Kardashian, Trey Songz Seen 'Making Out' During Late Night in Las Vegas

While it's still a bit too early to call this duo a couple, another insider shared that Khloe and Trey are indeed hanging out and having a good time with one another

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    The sparks appear to be flying this Fourth of July weekend in Las Vegas.

    As Trey Songz took to the stage at Drai's Nightclub inside The Cromwell Saturday night, a special someone was on-hand to show her support. Lo and behold, the one and only Khloe Kardashian was inside and enjoying the show from a stageside VIP booth.

    Shortly after the concert ended a source revealed to E! News that the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star and rapper met up afterwards and "were seen making out" at Drai's after hours.

    In video posted onto Snapchat, fans could also see Khloe hanging out in the background as Trey talked to the camera with his friends.

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    While it's still a bit too early to call this duo a couple, another insider shared that Khloe and Trey are indeed hanging out and having a good time with one another.

    "Both of them are not looking for a relationship, just some summer fun. He thinks she is dope and a sweet woman, but he just got out of a relationship so he is not looking for anything serious," E!'s source shared. "He does like how confident she is."

    The Las Vegas outing comes less than a week after Khloe celebrated her birthday party at Dave & Busters in Hollywood. In fact, the "Bottoms Up" rapper was spotted leaving with the birthday girl on Monday night.

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    Once photos surfaced, however, Khloe took to her website and app to set the record straight on who she may or may not be dating.

    "The most annoying thing about tabloid rumors is the double standard. If I'm 'spotted' hanging with a guy at a party--even if I'm just saying hi for a quick second--it immediately becomes a negative headline about how many guys I'm dating or how I'm getting into a new relationship," she wrote. "Men don't get that reputation! They get a pat on the back."

    She added, "Pictures are just moments in time. They never show the whole truth. In Hollywood, you could go out on a first date and it could spiral into this huge thing. The headline the next day is 'Khlo's Getting Married!' LOL. It's so weird. That stuff definitely makes it difficult to take it slow and see how things go."

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    --Reporting by Sara Kitnick

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    Editor's Note: An earlier photo associated with this story misidentified Trey Songz. We regret the error.

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