By now, you probably know that Tyga wasn’t having the best day yesterday (June 7).
The Internet was set ablaze when the rapper was accused of sending photos of his member to transgender actress Mia Isabella. The screenshots appeared on LoveBScott, where the report alleged that Tyga had been cheating on his ex Blac Chyna and current girlfriend Kylie Jenner with Mia. According to the post, Mia and Tyga were involved for three years, providing screenshots of what Mia claims are conversations with T-Raww.
As the speculation and photos made their rounds online, Tyga was relatively silent, except for a cryptic tweet and an Instagram post:
Smh. The devil is working hard today. Lol
— T-Raww (@Tyga) July 7, 2015
“My focus is always on the positive and building up those around me. I’ll never understand why people choose hate and negativity over anything else,” he wrote on Instagram.
Now, Tyga’s lawyer Lee Hutton has come forward to speak out on the wildfire controversy. Though admitting that the nude photos – featuring Tyga’s stomach tattoos – are indeed of the rapper, Hutton denies that they were sent to Mia Isabella, TMZ reports. He noted that he believed someone set out to “maliciously shame” Tyga, and betrayed him to create the false report. Hutton also mentioned that the story was insensitive, given the recent wave of LGBT rights initiatives.
“The allegations are false and socially irresponsible during a time when many Americans are celebrating equality,” he said.
Tyga’s team has since requested that LoveBScott remove the photos of the screenshots. They are no longer posted on the site.