Tyga Clears Up The 14-Year-Old Controversy, Confirms Reaching Out

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Young Money’s Tyga has come forward to clear the air on reports about reaching out to 14-year-old musician Molly O’Malia.

According to reports, Tyga’s camp confirmed he reached out but only for work-related purposes.

Tyga has hit back at claims he made a 14-year-old girl feel ‘uncomfortable’ with phone contact, insisting he reached out to her for work purposes only. According to TMZ, a representative for Kylie Jenner’s boyfriend, 26, says he was scouting aspiring model and musician Molly O’Malia – who claimed in text messages that she aged 17 – for his record label Last Kings Records project. (Daily Mail UK)

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The teenager held a media conference yesterday (January 4) in New York City with celebrity attorney Gloria Allred.

Allred launched an attack against OK! because she says the magazine poorly pixelated Molly’s image. She says people figured out it was Molly, and have been hounding her about allegedly coming between Kylie and Tyga. Molly, who’s also an aspiring singer, claims Tyga reached out to her … first through Instagram … and she only responded because she thought it was about her music. She says she got skeeved out though when he allegedly asked to FaceTime. (TMZ)

The 14-year-old Tyga scandal story went viral last December.

Kylie Jenner is not ending her year well, after it’s been revealed that her boyfriend Tyga has been cheating on her behind her back. And while that’s already enough to make anyone upset, it gets worse—the girl is only 14-years-old. (OK!)

Allred is most known for representing various celebrity clients.

Allred is a civil rights lawyer specialising in women’s rights. Her roster of celebrity clients and involvement in high profile cases has seen her gain a national profile. Along with her own brief running TV series, she has appeared on shows such as RuPaul’s Drag Race, and been parodied on others including Family Guy, The Simpsons and South Park. (Daily Mail UK)

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