For the first time since he was caught on video brawling with a club owner in Switzerland, Tyga wants his fans to know why he felt the need to let things get physical. Click inside to see what he said!
Tyga, 25, has finally spoken up about the huge fight he got into with the owner of En Vogue nightclub in Geneva, Switzerland on Thursday, June 25. The rapper took to Twitter to clear the air, revealing why he felt the need to defend his honor — even with girlfriend Kylie Jenner, 17, just a few feet away from the brawl.
It all comes down to this: Tyga does not want to be taken advantage of. Though rumors claim that Tyga showed up extremely late for his performance at En Vogue, and then only performed for 10 minutes instead of the hour he was booked for, the 25-year-old wants the world to know that he does not belong to anyone. Good for you, Tyga!
“Sum Club owners just think they own u just Kuz they pay u to come to they lil club for a hr,” Tyga wrote on Twitter after video of his confrontation with the En Vogue owner surfaced online. “I ain’t nobody slave. Don’t harrass me and my people when we tryna chill n shit.” Yikes, it sounds like the owner tried to take advantage of Tyga, doesn’t it?
Tyga went on to address his Swiss fans by writing, “My Switzerland fans know whenever I show up I perform. I appreciate everybody that came out yesterday.” It’s still unclear how long Tyga performed for, but so far his fans don’t seem too upset with the show. Hopefully Tyga can avoid brawling with more club owners in the future!
Tell us, HollywoodLifers — Do YOU think Tyga was wrong, or was the club owner wrong? Did Tyga do the right thing for his fans? Comment below!
— Lauren Cox