Shortly after 14-year-old aspiring singer Molly O’Malia broke down crying at a press conference, during which she alleged that Tyga sent her unsolicited and inappropriate messages online, the 26-year-old rapper confirmed that he reached out to the teen — but insisted his intentions were good!
A manager for Kylie Jenner’s beau told TMZ Tyga spoke to Molly because he was interested in signing her as a singer to his label, Last Kings Records.
While she has since gone on the record as being 14, text messages obtained by TMZ prove Molly told the “Rack City” rapper she was 17.
During yesterday’s press conference, Molly said she was “uncomfortable” with their interactions, which began after he messaged her on Instagram.
“I thought that it could possibly be about my music, but he did not mention that in his initial communication,” she said.
“I thought that was strange, but I was thinking that he would bring that up in his next message. However, he didn’t mention it in the next message.”
She went on to call their communication “uncomfortable,” and said she decided to come forward after it was reported that Tyga and Kylie broke up because he was caught talking to younger girl — presumably Molly — and she, in her own words, “[didn’t] want what happened to me to happen to any other girl.”