Earlier this week, saw rapper Tyga find himself amid even more relationship drama after a so called “14 year old” (emphasis) claimed that she got “uncomfortable and unwanted” messages from the rapper and boyfriend of Kylie Jenner on Instagram. First, let’s start with this.
Instagram l Twitter [Reportedly deleted] .
“I want people to know the truth. The truth is that Tyga contacted me first, he direct messaged me on Instagram,” O’Malia said at the press conference, reading from a statement. “I knew who he was, but I was surprised that he was contacting me.” – Molly O Malia, New York Press Conference.
The girl — identified — as Molly O Malia isn’t quite someone who looks 14. And as of this time, no screen shot or tangible evidence of said Instagram messages have been released. Malia, and her untrustworthy lawyer are going solely based off of what they’re claiming.
Here’s where we have a problem with that. Malia, is a known singer at least in the digital world. She is an “aspiring singer and model” who like most “aspiring singers and models” was looking for a leg up and a little publicity.
Tyga has since responded to the claims with a simple response.
“She was contacted because the girl can sing. We wanted to sign her to my label” – Tyga.
Tyga’s response makes all the sense considering… wait for it… the girl is a singer who was like most looking for a little attention .
So now we say to Molly O Malia: Stop it with your attention seeking lies, or produce, these screenshots of these “uncomfortable” messages that were received.