Well, well, well, ladies and gentleman.
The moment every T-Raww and Kardashian fan has waited for finally arrived on Thursday night (August 30): Tyga’s unfiltered, unabashed opinion on Kylie Jenner, his ex-girlfriend and now mother of his GOOD Music labelmate Travis Scott’s daughter.
And they all have Nicki Minaj and her Queen Radio segment to thank for it. Calling into the Beats 1 show, T-Raww held back nothing after being asked about the youngest Kardashian sister and her new “SICKO MODE” rapper boyfriend. His statements might come as a surprise to some, but for those who knew all along about Kylie’s knack for cultural appropriation, Tyga’s thoughts are nothing more than further validation.
The “Taste” rapper first made it clear that he doesn’t miss her. He does, however, deserve his credit for being the catalyst behind her cultural impact, particularly in the Black circle.
“I had a lot to do with all that.” Tyga added that "she always had a platform and she was always destined to be what she was going to be regardless." However, with his impact, Kylie learned the actual semantics.
"But when I stepped in, there was a lot of codes being taught," he said. "It was like, 'You could do this, you should start this, you should start doing your hair like this.'”
“We ain’t got no beef. It’s his time right now,” he said. “You gotta let it ride. I ain’t got no beef with him.”
But according to the internet, the claims do check out as truth. See his pre-Queen Radio disclaimer and how the internet feels about his words for Kylie below.
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