Tyga takes credit for Kylie Jenner & Blac Chyna’s “glow up;” warned Rob about Chyna

STRUGGLE BUNNY… 

“I knew a n***a like [Rob Kardashian] ain’t gonna be able to handle somebody like that,” Tyga said of his foresight on the messy break-up between the curvaceous mother of his son, Blac Chyna, and her Instagram-fingered second baby daddy, Rob Kardashian. 

 
BOOOP… 

Cloaked in an oversized denim jacket and donning a head full of cornrows fresher than a sixth grader’s braids on school picture day back in 1998, Kylie Jenner’s 27-year-old ex-boyfriend took his talent to Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club, on Thursday, where he discussed breaking up with the young reality star, shared how he warned Rob of Chyna’s unique “mentality,” and dispelled a number of curiously fabricated rumors concerning his struggle funds and the repossession of his luxury items. 

 
Kicking off his early morning interview with chats about DEADING his highly-questionable relationship with the now 19-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashian baddie, T-Raww made it clear he does NOT feel he’s lost out on being with one of the hottest girls in today’s game. 
 
“It’s not a losing thing. When you make a decision to not be in a relationship with somebody, y’all just make that decision. Y’all go your separate ways,” the “Make It Nasty” rhymer said. “I have love for her. I’m not in love with her.”
 
When asked what caused their unexpected parting of ways, Tyga pointed to their eight year age difference and disparaging upbringings as reasons why he and Kylie didn’t see forever together. 
 
“A lot of outside influences. She’s younger than me, so she’s dealing with perception… For her, growing up how she grew up, image and perception was everything,” he asserted. 

Though it’s been widely assumed that Kylie–who enjoys a current net worth of approximately $41 million– served as his financial and popularity come-up, in a shocking plot twist, Tyga actually takes responsibility for her and his ex-girlfriend’s weighted reputations.
 
“I’ve always been ahead of the curve… I knew [Kylie] had a lot of potential, you feel me. I was put in that position to kinda like, help her,” the “Molly” rapper dropped. “Before I got with her, people in the urban world wasn’t talking about her. Even with [Blac Chyna], I got with her and she’s super glow’ed up. I got with Kylie, she’s super glow’ed up.”
 

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Clearing up beliefs that his Kardashian connection added to his income and fame, Tyga says, “Nah, it didn’t. Cause you gotta think, I wasn’t coming from reality [television]. I was with a black girl before that, you feel me. So, to the world it looked like I left her, had a baby with her, left her, and then got with this young white girl. So that was already like, kind of a hit on my image.”

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As for Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian’s recent legal/break-up woes, Tyga says he gave Kylie’s big brother a heads up about the former stripper’s ways before the 30-year-old got too deeply involved with her. 
“I told homie what the play was. I told him what he was gonna deal with,” the “Rack City” crooner said as he admitted he cautioned Rob to “be careful,” in his dealings with their shared ex-sweetheart. 

 
 
“Chyna’s just got a different mentality. She’s really a good person at heart. But she’s been through a lot in her life and she really didn’t have people to help guide her in her life,” Tyga continued after making it clear he didn’t believe the 29-year-old vixen’s mom, Tokyo Toni, acted as a positive influence.  

 

Circling back to the conversation about Kylie–who’s now wrapping her surgically inflated lips around “Goosebumps” rapper, Travis Scott– Instagram’s self-crowned KingGoldChains says he doesn’t feel a way about La Flame’s music or relationship with his ex-boo.. 

“He not in the wrong,” Tyga says. “It’s not like he’s my day one homie. I don’t have no hard feelings.”

And while he didn’t straight-up liken the Kardashian’s household to the “sunken place”–where all powerful black men go to spiritually die– the “Ayo” lyricist did confess, “I definitely feel way more like myself again. And I feel way more free,” now that he’s separated from the coin’ed clan…
 
Elsewhere in his interview, the former Cash Money Records signee alleged that the Birdman-run record label still owes him an astronautical $12 million in royalties for a number of his hits–dough that he doesn’t plan on chasing until Lil Wayne receives the over $50 million he’s owed from the company… 

 
 
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By : Asia Grace         

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