Tyga’s manager has just admitted that the rapper did text with 14-year-old model Molly O’Malia and that he also asked to FaceTime with her but he swears things never got inappropriate. But Tyga’s camp says he has a good reason as to why he wanted to get to know her.
Tyga is defending himself against allegations that he made inappropriate advances towards 14-year-old model, Molly O’Malia. Now that she’s currently suing an outlet for publishing a story claiming that she came in between Kylie Jenner and Tyga, the rapper wants to set the record straight. His manager, Anthony Martini tells TMZ that Tyga’s conversations with Molly were “completely PG” and that Molly actually told Tyga she was 17.
The alleged conversations were originally printed in Ok! Magazine and Tyga asks her things like: “When will you be in town? Where are you from?” He also repeatedly asked her to FaceTime with him. But according to Tyga’s manager, it was only because he knew she was an aspiring singer and he wanted to “scout her musical talent.” He allegedly only reached out to her when he had members of his team around and that when he asked to FaceTime with her it was when he had producers in the room with him. His team claims that things never got “uncomfortable.” To hear more about Kourtney and Justin, head over to iTunes and download the latest HollywoodLife podcast for free!
But Ok! claimed in their original report in mid-December that a source told them their exchange wasn’t about music because she’s a model: “He’s texted her every day, and he’s tried to FaceTime with her too. He keeps telling her how beautiful she is and how he can’t wait to hang out with her.” Gloria Allred held a press conference on Jan. 4 and said that her client was sexualized by the magazine and that they were going after the publication … not Tyga.
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