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The rapper opened up about his two-year relationship with Kylie to Power 105.1 “The Breakfast Club” on Thursday and left no hope that he and the reality star would ever – like ever – rekindle their romance.
“It’s not for me, bro,” he said of the Kardashian empire. “I mean, when it was good, it was good. When it was bad, it was really bad.”
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In fairness to Tyga, it can’t be easy when your girlfriend is shown crying over you on national television, like Kylie did in 2016, when she sobbed to her sisters on Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Tyga also committed a “kardinal” sin in the Kardashian world: criticizing the family. “I think they’re women-driven,” he said. “So when strong men come over and try to change that or intervene in what they’ve got going on, then they kind of…deflect it. I really don’t know.”
But the 27-year-old isn’t looking to start a war with the 19-year-old mogul either, saying: “I have love for her, but I’m not in love no more.”
Could the age difference be to blame for that shift? Tyga told the radio station that the first year of their relationship (for those needing a refresher, this is when Kylie was still underage) was “magic.” But it didn’t last forever.
“After that, you start realizing a bunch of s–t. I think the main thing was a lot of people [and] a lot of outside influences… she’s younger than me and she’s dealing with perception,” he explained.
“I’m older so I can deal with [that] perception. But for her – growing up how she grew up – image and perception was everything.” Ain’t that the truth.
But this is not to say that Kylie’s been sitting by the phone waiting for Tyga to call. Hardly.
She’s been packing on the PDA with her new guy Travis Scott, seemingly forgetting about her first love. Looks like they’re both on the same page. In response to Kylie’s moving on, Tyga said, “I don’t have [any] hard feelings.”
Guess it’s just another day in the complicated love life of a Jenner-Kardashian.
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