The 28-year-old rapper tweeted his frustration on Monday, March 26, asking fans to accept that he has moved on from the 20-year-old reality star.
“I’ve never said anything about someone else’s child or family insinuating my involvement; and will never do so,” Tyga explained, setting the record straight. “Please, stop spreading false stories and attacking people’s families. I have nothing to do with any of that. People should be able to live in peace.”
Jenner welcomed daughter Stormi with boyfriend of 11 months, Travis Scott, on February 1. Although Tyga vows he is not the child’s father, he made a very different suggestion in September 2017 after Jenner’s pregnancy broke.
“Hell nah that’s my kid,” the “Rack City” rapper wrote on Snapchat of an article revealing the Life of Kylie star’s news. Although he deleted the post shortly after, it sent fans into a frenzy and sparked speculation that he may be the father.
The “Switch Lanes” singer and the social media mogul dated for four years on and off from 2014 to April 2017. Weeks after their split, Jenner started dating Scott.
Tyga spoke about their relationship in February, telling Complex’s morning show Everyday Struggle that the exes do keep in touch. “You get older, you get me? It was a relationship in front of the world and that was it,” he explained. “She has her new life, I have my new life and that’s it. There’s no bad blood, no problems … We communicate here and there.”
Kris Jenner addressed the paternity rumors earlier this month during her visit to the Kyle and Jackie O radio show. “Oh no, no no. I think that was just a bunch of silly rumors as usual,” she noted. “Yeah, you guys know better than that.”
Tyga shares 5-year-old son King Cairo with ex Blac Chyna.
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