Tyga Says He Is Not Banging Kylie Jenner and He Switches Up Lyrics to Take Big Shot at Drake On Stage
While Tyga is currently on the road with Trey Songz & Chris Brown for their “Between the Sheets” tour, the Cali spitter felt the need to hit up Power 105’s The Breakfast Club and address some of the negative press he’s been receiving as of late. Last week, Amber Rose claimed on the same morning show that Tyga left his beautiful wife and son to date 17-year-old Kylie Jenner, saying he “should be ashamed of himself.” Tyga says that is completely untrue, and that he’s not even dating Jenner as they are just friends, despite what much of the public believes.
He also addressed Drake’s latest diss on his new song, “6pm in New York” where the Toronto native told Tyga to “act his age and not his girl’s age.” Tyga admitted he shot back at the star on Twitter and then deleted the post. He also says his issues with Drake aren’t so much about beef as it is the fact that he feels Drizzy is a disingenuous person. He also continues to thank Lil Wayne for putting him on, and says his issue is with Cash Money, not Weezy.
Now when it comes to the verbal warfare between Young Money label-mates Tyga and Drake, it safe to say the warfare has reached a fever pitch, with shots being fired on multiple fronts. Drake heated things up with his mixtape hit “6pm in New York” with a line telling Tyga to act his age and not his girl’s age, leading Tyga to respond on Twitter, accusing Drizzy of being a “b*tch” who is “weak” for “sneak dissing.” In case Drake didn’t get the message, Tyga switched up the lyrics during a recent performance of “Make It Work” to blatantly call out the Toronto emcee.
“Aubrey never was my homie. All these b*tches know you’re corny n***a,” spit Tyga.
Drake Sets Spotify Debut Album Record With New Project
Drake surprised everyone with the release of his “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late” album, which is already setting records on Spotify. The music streaming service revealed that the project was streamed more than 17.3 million times in three days, the most ever for an album in its debut week.
Even more impressive is that Drake held the previous record with his “Nothing Was the Same” album, which has 15.8 million streams in its debut. With these kinds of numbers, it’s no surprise that the album is set to sell 500,000 copies in its first week.
Amber Rose Gives Trinidad Carnival Eyeful With Sexy Slow Wind
Amber Rose put her feud with Khloe Kardashian behind her and got back to posting sexy photos and videos on Instagram. The famed model recently shared a tantalizing clip of her busting out a slow wind while at the Trinidad and Tobago Carnival.
Decked out in a beaded turquoise bikini, Amber gyrated while a large crowd cheered for her to keep dancing.
Written by LBeasley (Lauren Beasley), Digital Producer of The Morning Heat and Sports Editor of Radio One Detroit
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