Tyga denies controversial ‘catch a felony’ lyric is about teenage ‘girlfriend’ Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner's rapper boyfriend Tyga has been blasted for his explicit new track


by Fiona Day |
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Kylie Jenner’s rumoured boyfriend Tyga has been forced to deny that his new explicit rap song is about his teenage love interest.

Tyga’s new track ‘Pleazer’ contains sexually charged lyrics along with lines such as “’bout to catch a felony for it”.

Fans soon speculated that the controversial lyric referred to his reported relationship with youngest Kardashian/Jenner sister, 17-year-old Kylie.

Tyga denies the lyrics are about Kylie
Tyga denies the lyrics are about Kylie

The teen is currently under the legal age of consent in her home state of California, meaning Tyga could be charged should he be found to have engaged in sexual activity with her.

The 25-year-old blasted reports that the song was written about the reality star, claiming that he wrote the track two years ago whilst he was still with ex-fiancee Blac Chyna.

Kylie and Tyga have been linked since August last year. Reports surfaced of a budding romance just weeks after he split from Blac, who is the mother of his young son, King Cairo.

Things appear to be getting serious for the pair after Kylie- who turns 18 in August- changed her Instagram name to ‘King Kylie’, matching Tyga’s very own ‘King Gold Chains’.

Listen to ‘Pleazer’ below: WARNING: EXPLICIT LANGUAGE

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