Hip Hop artist Tyga has denied any wrong doing or funny business with a 14-year-old upcoming singer/model.
Acclaimed lawyer Gloria Allred held a joint press conference recently with Molly O’Malia, the child in question contending that a bogus article by a gossip publication linking her to Tygahas brought about negative attention.
The rumors speculated on Tyga’s interactions with the 14-year old, his manager Anthony Martini has spoken out on behalf of his client. Motivated only by his interest in O’Malia’s singing ability, the “Stimulated” rapper contends that their communication never got “uncomfortable.”
Within a recently obtained text message, Molly claimed to be 17, reports TMZ. Currently, the “Loyal” artist in a highly-publicized relationship with Kylie Jenner. According to Tyga’s camp, Molly’s online musical presence warranted further attention.
Heading up his own imprint, Last Kings Records, Tyga is interested in securing fresh talent. As reported, he admits requesting to FaceTime with Molly. He merely desired to witness her sing and to discuss an opportunity to work together.
Another case of “he said, she said” hmm.
Vegas bats for Sting
The recently staged Sting from all reports has been a flop in terms of turnout and the fact it ended abruptly.
While others have been calling for the show to call it a day or cursing the promters, dancehall artist Mr Vegas is giving his full support.
In an interview with The Star he chides others for not supporting the event has promoted the genre and has been the launching pad for many artistes.
Vegas sees Sting as being valuable to dancehall’s culture and the very artistes who celebrate the show’s demise, are the same ones who placed the show in its current predicament with their bad behaviour.
Mr Vegas’ comment comes days after recording artiste Popcaan released a song titled Homade in which the artiste boasted that Sting was a flop.
“I see some people like dem rejoicing and some people feel like it’s a good thing that Sting did not do well and some people a throw word at Sting. Some people a seh yeah Sting done now, Sting fi pack up, Sting fi guh weh. Mek mi tell yuh something, Sting is an important festival that we need right here in Jamaica,” he said.
“We have two major dancehall shows left in Jamaica – Sumfest and Sting. Most of the dancehall icons got their big breaks at Sting. Yuh see if you are a artiste weh a run the place and yuh think yuh nuh need Sting, yuh nuh love music, yuh nuh love dancehall and yuh nuh love reggae music.”
We have to admit that the artiste has a point.