Lil Xan has reached the celebrity-couple stage of fame. The California rapper appears to be dating singer Noah Cyrus, sister of Miley, according to a series of Instagram posts on Monday (July 30).

Xan first posted a video clip featuring audio of a demo titled "Go Away," noting in the caption that the song was co-written by Cyrus for Xan's next project Baby Blue Subaru. His next post features himself asleep on a couch with the caption, "Noah captured me after an all nighter." A third post features Lil Xan kissing Cyrus on the cheek with the caption, "Baby Blue Subaru," and a heart-eyes emoji.

Cyrus seemed to confirm a relationship by posting the same kissing photo on her own profile. Her caption reads, "ok fr. look at this lil nuggetttt!!! ... also we both so sad its so sweet," and includes several heart-eyes emojis of her own. She also posted today (July 31) on her Instagram story a clip of her and Xan spooning.

The couple's apparent announcement came the same day as the "Betrayed" spitter announced a 33-date national tour. Xan's Heartbreak Soldiers Tour commences on Sept. 26 in New York and runs into December. Tickets are available now.

If you recall, Xan released his latest album Total Xanarchy in April. That project's song "Moonlight," featuring Charli XCX, received a video in June.

Check out Xan's tour dates and view his and Cyrus' Instagram posts below.

Lil Xan's Heartbreak Soldiers Tour

Sept. 26 — New York, N.Y. — Irving Plaza
Sept. 27 — Boston, Mass. — Paradise Rock Club
Sept. 28 — Boston, Mass. — Paradise Rock Club
Sept. 29 — New York, N.Y. — Irving Plaza
Oct. 3 — Milwaukee, Wisc. — The Rave
Oct. 4 — Minneapolis, Minn. — Myth
Oct. 6 — Grand Rapids, Wisc. — 20 Monroe Live
Oct. 7 — Indianapolis, Ind. — Egyptian Room
Oct. 10 — St. Louis, Miss. — The Pageant
Oct. 11 — Cincinnati, Ohio — Bogart's
Oct. 12 — Cleveland, Ohio — House of Blues
Oct. 13 — Detroit — St. Andrew's Hall
Oct. 18 — Philadelphia, Penn. — Theatre of Living Arts
Oct. 19 — Washington, D.C. — Fillmore
Oct. 20 — Myrtle Beach — House of Blues
Oct. 21 — Charlotte, N.C. — Fillmore
Oct. 24 — Atlanta, Ga. — Buckhead Theater
Oct. 25 — Orlando, Fla. — Plaza Live
Oct. 30 — Houston, Texas — House of Blues
Oct. 31 — San Antonio, Texas — The Aztec Theater
Nov. 1 — Dallas, Texas — House of Blues
Nov. 3 — Omaha, Neb. — Sokol Auditorium
Nov. 4 — Kansas City, Miss. — Uptown Theater
Nov. 6 — Denver, Colo. — Summit Music Hall
Nov. 7 — Salt Lake City, Utah — The Depot
Nov. 10 — Seattle, Wash. — Showbox SoDo
Nov. 11 — Portland, Ore. — Roseland Theater
Nov. 13 — Sacramento, Calif. — Ace of Spades
Nov. 16 — San Diego, Calif. — House of Blues
Nov. 17 — Phoenix, Ariz. — The Van Buren
Nov. 18 — Las Vegas, Nev. — House of Blues
Nov. 30 — Tampa, Fla. — Ritz Ybor
Dec. 1 — Fort Lauderdale, Fla. — Revolution

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