Tyga denies new romance rumours
Tyga attends the same Beyonce concert as Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian.
Kylie Jenner's ex-boyfriend Tyga shut down rumours he has quickly found new love after he was photographed with reality TV star Karlie Redd on Saturday (14May16).
The Rack City rapper recently confirmed he and the Keeping Up With The Kardashians had split after dating on-and-off for the past two years, and on Saturday (14May16), he was photographed with a new reality TV regular, Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta's Karlie.
The couple was snapped walking side by side while attending Beyonce's Formation World Tour in Pasadena, California, sparking speculation he had moved on from Kylie with the actress.
However, when a follower on Twitter addressed the gossip of a possible romance on Sunday (15May16), Tyga responded to the fan and wrote back, "Stop. Not w (with) her."
Ironically, Kylie's older half-sisters, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian were also among the fans at the concert, but they were not spotted anywhere near their sibling's ex.
The rumours of a possible new relationship with Karlie came a day after the 26-year-old rapper opened up about his split from 18-year-old Kylie, telling TMZ.com on Friday (13May16) he will always have a special place in his heart for his now ex.
"I think, you know, we're both just focused on our lives, our individual lives right now," he said in a video posted online. "Sometimes things don't work out, you know, but I love her."
And when asked if he'll always have those emotions for his ex, Tyga replied, "For sure."
Tyga who has a three-year-old son with ex-fiancee Blac Chyna, also opened up about the news that Blac is pregnant with fiance Rob Kardashian's child.
"People grow and it's time to evolve," Tyga said. "Everybody should have the opportunity to have love and to live their life."
However, another photographer managed to offend the rapper when he asked if Rob, who is Kylie's older half-brother, would be a good stepfather to King Cairo.
"Don't go too far," he warned.
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