Tyga's been all over the news lately because of what Drake said about him in '6 PM In New York', and what Amber Rose said about him and Kylie Jenner on The Breakfast Club.
He addressed both topics in his own Breakfast Club interview this morning.
"I'm not dating Kylie. I want to be clear to everybody that I didn't leave my family to be with Kylie," He told the Power 105.1 crew. "That's ridiculous. Me and [Baby Mama Blac] Chyna we broke up, almost close to a year now, because of a decision we made and things in our relationship that wasn't going right, so we decided to split to raise an emotionally stable kid. "I've known [Kylie's] family for a long time," Tyga said of the Kardashian clan. "In black culture it's different, if you hanging around somebody you smashing them. In white culture it's different, they really are friends. For me if I'm friends with her, or I'm friends with her sister, they hoes or we smashing. It's like we really friends, I respect her mom, I know her whole family."Later in the interview, he said this about Drake:
My thing is, it's like, I don't know, if it's real it's real, if it's not it's not. I just don't fuck with him as a person, because of the experiences I've had with him personally. I'm not going against who he is as a person to the public or his music or anything, like I said, his music is great and it's undeniable, it's his moment. It's just personal experiences I've had with him, and phone calls, I feel like he's a nice guy on the outside, but he's not genuine, and he plays people left and right."Tyga was a little more explicit about his feelings for Drake from stage this holiday weekend, switching up the lyrics of his hit 'Make It Work' to leave no doubt about whom he was speaking.
"Aubrey never was my homie. All these bitches know you’re corny nigga," raps Tyga, who had initially denied the track was about Drake.
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