April 2018 will make one year since GOOD Music rapper Tyga separated from Kylie Jenner, his 20-year-old former reality star girlfriend and new mother.
But the Kardashian-Jenner imprint is still permanently fixed on his Hollywood status, which fans reminded him of after leaving a comment on Kim Kardashian’s Instagram post.
The social media guru posted a photo of herself at a train station in Japan’s central Honshu island city, Kyoto. Kim, whose been repeatedly slammed on culture vulture accusations over the years, misspelled the historic Japanese metropolis in her original caption, which many fans didn’t catch on to. But not Tyga, who showed up in her comments section with a quick correction to her “Keyoto” spelling. He must have felt especially compelled to do so considering that Kyoto is also the name of his newly-released album.
Kim never responded back to him, but quickly swapped the caption not long after his comment. Her fans certainly had a mouthful for the “Rack City” artist, though.
“When you think you still apart of the family…,” one user wrote. Another dragged one of Tyga’s alleged new girlfriends into as well after adding, “you got confused on who’s page you were in since your new girl is basically a clone of kim huh?”
Echoing comments made earlier in the week after a video of Kylie’s daughter surfaced, one commenter deemed him “Stormi’s dad” in response to his appearance on Kim’s photo.
What would Hollywood do without that comment disable feature, huh?
See Kim’s original photo and caption along with Tyga’s correction below.
(Photo from left: Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images, Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for Full Picture)