Tyga may have dated Kylie Jenner in the past, but that doesn't mean he likes her family as he recently threw shade at Kylie's sister, Kim Kardashian.
A Spelling Error
According to Hollywood Life, the rapper targeted Kim Kardashian on social media. Kim, who has been traveling throughout Japan with her sisters Kourtney and a pregnant Khloe, shared with her 108 million Instagram followers on March 6 that she was at a train station in Kyoto, Japan. However, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star made a spelling error in her post.
"Train station in Keyoto," wrote Kim Kardashian in an Instagram post that was recovered by Hollywood Life.
While many of her fans flooded her Instagram post with comments and emojis, it was Tyga that probably made the most impactful post. The actor-rapper stated that Kim misspelled the name of the Japanese city, which served as the title of his sixth studio album. Apparently, Kim took the shade that was thrown her way and edited the post. The post has received over 1.6 million likes.
Tyga's Last Connections
While it is unknown if he was taunting Kim on Instagram, it appears that Tyga's relationship with the Kardashian-Jenner family has been slowly coming to a close. One significant sign that it might be over between the "Rack City" rapper and the Kardashian-Jenner clan is that he admitted that he cheated on Kylie Jenner. One piece of evidence that showcased the claim was his song, "King of the Jungle." The rapper admitted throughout his nearly five-minute song that he betrayed her.
Despite betraying Kylie, Tyga has been adamant that they were still friends and have moved on with their lives. This statement is a far cry from what happened after Stormi Webster was born. Tyga went to Kylie's mother, Kris Jenner, stating that he believed he was the father of her latest grandchild. The Kardashian-Jenner matriarch obliged with the rapper's request on a possible paternity test.
Before Stormi was born, there were massive rumors that both Tyga and Kylie would get back together. However, it appeared that Kylie decided not to open up her heart once more to the rapper.
The Way They Were
The rapper and the Life of Kylie star first met when the latter was 16 years old. After spending countless of hours together in the Los Angeles area, Kylie announced that she and Tyga were dating when she turned 18 years old. Despite facing a rough patch of cheating allegations and bonding with the rapper's son, King Cairo, the couple officially ended their longtime relationship in April 2017.