Jenner stars in the video for "Come and See Me," released Thursday
The video, which was released Thursday via Snapchat Discover, opens with Jenner hanging out in a sprawling home, alone.
She makes a phone call – which gets disconnected – and the scene switches to PartyNextDoor playing the piano and crooning out the soulful track featuring Drake, which reflects on the rapper’s attempt to maintain a casual romantic relationship while the woman he’s seeing presses him for something more serious.
As the video goes on, PartyNextDoor hangs at a bar with friends (Big Sean and Jhene Aiko make cameos), while Jenner, home alone, scrolls through her phone. (And yes, at one point she watches Snapchat stories. What else?)
Jenner puts on makeup – Kylie lip kit included – and is seemingly about to leave her place when PartyNextDoor shows up, standing outside in the pouring rain.
In the final scene of the video, Jenner greets him outside and the two embrace and start kissing.
The video comes just over a month after Jenner split from Tyga, 26, her boyfriend of over a year.
Meanwhile, “Come and See Me” certainly isn’t Jenner’s first time starring alongside a real-life romantic interest in a music video. Throughout the course of her relationship with Tyga, Jenner starred in two of his: one for the R-rated track “Stimulated,” seemingly written about their relationship, and she later tried her hand at acting in the video for “Dope’d Up,” which was released in October.
And just in case you’re keeping track, this isn’t even Jenner’s official debut in one of PartyNextDoor’s music videos – she previously made an appearance alongside sister Kendall Jenner in the video for “Recognize,” another one of the rapper’s tracks with Drake.
Confused yet? So are we. Despite the PDA-filled music video with PartyNextDoor, a source told PEOPLE earlier this week that while Jenner and Tyga are broken up, “there is still so much love there” – and while Jenner is “still hanging out” with PartyNextDoor, “don’t expect her to settle down with him any time soon.”
At this point, we’re just trying to Keep Up with Kylie. Wish us luck.