Kids really do say the darndest things! And Tyga learned that the hard way when his & Blac Chyna’s cute son, King Cairo, got in trouble for cursing at school. And when asked where he learned the ‘B’ word from? King said his DAD’S music — yikes! Watch what Tyga had to say about it here.
Take-your-son-to-work day isn’t something that Tyga, 26, is likely to do too much more of after his little boy, King Cairo, 3, has started picking up on the explicit language the rapper uses in his songs. After all, the three-year-old has already gotten in trouble for walking around saying the “B” word at school! And while slightly comical, that is NOT a good look for a toddler — or anyone for that matter.
“He had an incident at school,” Tyga told Hollywood Today Live of little King. “They called me and they were like, ‘Your son’s walking around saying the B-word.’ And I was like, ‘Where did he hear that?'” And here’s the big parenting lesson: the school told Tyga that King said, “My dad says it in the studio.” That had to have been a bit of a wakeup call for the artist!
But Tyga did say that he tries not to play his music around the impressionable youngster. “I try to keep him out of the studio and try not to play songs when he’s around because he does stuff like that. It happens,” Tyga casually explained. And Mila Kunis, 32, and Ashton Kutcher, 38, can relate! After all, their precious baby girl, Wyatt, 22 months, has already picked up on some of her parents’ explicit language — and surprisingly, she’s already dropped her first “F” bomb!
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“When you 22 month old drops and f bomb and it is (not funny) except it’s really funny and you can’t laugh.#baddads #badmoms,” Ashton captioned a selfie he snapped of his priceless reaction to little Wyatt’s outburst. But hey, we get it! Parenting is TOUGH and sometimes your words — for better or for worse — rub off on your little ones.
But above all, we love that Tyga seems to be a great dad. After all, his Snapchat is filled with sweet videos of himself with his son. One of the latest being the rapper picking up King Cairo from school and asking how his day was. Aw!
Tell us, HollywoodLifers — what do you think about little King swearing like that at school? Is it a big issue or will boys just be boys?