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Tyga has strict parenting rules, say pals

Published 22/10/2015


American music star Tyga is said to be shocked his parenting skills have been called into question.

Rapper Tyga would never even consider doing drugs around his son, say his friends.

Those close to the US star have hit out at allegations Tyga would use anything illicit in front of his three-year-old son King Cairo, who he has with ex Blac Chyna, after the tot was pictured playing next to a green substance recently. Talking to TMZ, the pals insist Tyga would never do drugs around King, and reveal he's shocked that his parenting skills have been called into question.

They added the 25-year-old star would not leave his offspring in danger, including being around marijuana. The video posted also shows a room full of people, including Tyga's mother, and the source says there is a strict "no blazing" rule imposed when Tyga is with King.

Tyga is currently dating reality TV favourite Kylie Jenner, 18, which has caused some tension with his ex Blac. Blac's best friend Amber Rose is also upset with the situation, claiming in February (15) that Tyga left his family for a teenager. In a new interview with GQ America, Amber brought the beef up once again.

"I really went in on Tyga. He’d been texting Blac Chyna, saying, ‘I really want my family back,’ - but he was out with a (17-year-old)," Amber dished.

The original comments caused a huge bust up with Amber and Kylie's family, including her older half-sister Khloé Kardashian. A war of words ensued, but 32-year-old Amber is adamant she never wanted an argument.

“I said, ‘Your sister has a career because your other sister made a sex tape and put the whole family on,'" she said of Kim Kardashian's racy footage with Ray J. “I think it’s f**cking awesome that she did a sex tape and made millions of dollars for her family. But let’s not forget where we came from. Because I didn’t.”

Kim's husband Kanye West is also Amber's ex.

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