Tyga Takes a Nasty Stab at Ex Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner, Tyga
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He's not holding back! Tyga got real about his breakup with Kylie Jenner this week, and from the way he dissed her and her family, it looks like things are really over for good. Finally.


The rapper did an interview on Los Angeles's Power 105.1 The Breakfast Club on Thursday, and basically called his ex-girlfriend "fake." But first things first -- he wanted to make it really clear that he didn't "lose" Kylie ... the two apparently had a mutual split. Which is usually what you say after you've been kicked to the curb, but whatevs.

"I mean, we started off as friends, and then we got into a relationship. It ain't a losing thing," Tyga told the hosts, DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne Tha God. "When you make a decision to not be in a relationship with somebody, you make that decision, you split ways."

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"I have love for her, but I'm not in love no more," he continued. "When you're with anybody that first year, it's magic and then after that you start realizing a bunch of s--t. I think the main thing was a lot of people -- a lot of outside influences -- and ... she's younger than me and she's dealing with perception. I'm older so I can deal with perception. But for her, growing up how she grew up, image and perception was everything."

Yes, we always thought that age difference was a problem, but more along the lines of being skeeved out that a 25-year-old was dating a 17-year-old. But honestly, she's probably decades more mature than him anyway.

When asked about Kylie's massive social media presence, Tyga said he preferred to "keep mystique," but, you know, didn't mind about Kylie because "that's how she made her money."

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And then the clincher (Kylie -- never take him back, mmmkay?), when Tyga dissed the entire Kardashian-Jenner crew. When asked about the family in general, he said, "It's not for me, bro. I mean, when it was good, it was good. When it was bad, it was really bad."  

"For the last seven months we ain't been together, have there been any negative stories out?" he asked the hosts. "All I'm saying is whoever controls this kind of media doesn't like seeing rappers with these type of women, especially young white women and it's just how it is."

The only negative stories we've seen have been the one where Tyga can't stop talking about how much he's moved on, or writing songs about Kylie, or dating her doppelganger. Maybe he should be like his ex and just move on.

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