Tyga’s relationship with 17-year-old Kylie Jenner has stirred up a lot of controversy this year, although the 26-year-old rapper has defended himself and insists there is nothing gross about dating a teenager – because she is a millionaire.
Apparently, sleeping with people under the age of 18 is totally okay if they have more money in their bank account than you do.
Nicki Minaj and Beyonce just released their new video “Feelin Myself,” and the internet is in an uproar over Nicki’s alleged diss at Tyga. Ironically, the same age as Tyga’s underage girlfriend Kylie Jenner.
In the video, the female rapper can be seen dancing in a jersey with the word “Pervert” emblazoned across the front of it. It could be a total coincidence, but we aren’t buying it.
What are the odds that of all the numbers Nicki would wear, she chose 17?
And that she wore a jersey that said “pervert” on it – while she was feuding with Tyga?
Regardless of whether Nicki’s “pervert” diss was intentional – the damage has been done, and the news has been spreading around the internet like wildfire.
We’re just going to grab some popcorn and sit back and relax, and wait for Tyga to make another asinine statement explaining why it is morally acceptable to have sex with a minor.PLEASE HELP CDL GROW, SHARE on FACEBOOK and TWEET THIS POST!Tyga elaborates on his frustration with Young Money and says he doesn't have good relationships with Drake and Nicki Minaj.Since Tyga went on a tweeting spree about his dissatisfaction with Young Money a few weeks ago, we haven't heard any updates about his label (or for that matter, album) status, but a new interview with VIBE may offer some clues.Appearing on the cover of the publications first digital-only issue, Tyga gives a more in-depth look at his struggle inside Young Money.The interview begins addressing the topic when Tyga's asked if Young Money is part of the creative process on The Gold Album, to which he responds: "Nah. I think his music is good, but we’re all different people. He lives up the street from me, so we don’t just do music we hang.