They don't want you to win.

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T-Rawww, indeed. Tyga posted a cryptic Instagram message on Tuesday, January 5, after 14-year-old model Molly O'Malia accused the "Rack City" rapper of sending "uncomfortable" messages her way during an emotional press conference this week.

"They don't want you to win," Kylie Jenner's boyfriend, 26, wrote on Instagram. In the accompanying snap, Tyga scowls on a driveway as he's surrounded by luxury cars.

The cryptic message was shared a day after O'Malia — joined by famed lawyer Gloria Allred — held a press conference on Monday, January 4, and claimed that Tyga had sent her several unwanted messages via Instagram. O'Malia said that the "Stimulated" rapper reached out to her first through the photo-driven social media platform.

"I thought that it could possibly be about my music, but he did not mention that in his initial communication with me," O'Malia said at the presser. According to the teen, the situation turned "uncomfortable" once Tyga attempted to initiate a FaceTime conversation. 

"He asked me to FaceTime three times, but I didn't do it," the aspiring singer and model said on Monday night. "Because of my discomfort with why he wanted to communicate with me I quickly stopped responding to him. It's crazy how so much can come out of nothing."

O'Malia explained that she decided to hold a press conference after being bullied on social media. Critics were upset after one erroneous report claimed that she was getting between Jenner, 18, and Tyga, who've been dating for about a year.

Tyga, on his end, has denied her claims. His manager, Anthony Martini, told TMZ on Tuesday, January 5, that while he did reach out to O'Malia, the reason for the contact was related to music.

Jenner has yet to comment on the issue.

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