Thursday, July 9, 2015

Rapper Tyga Calls FBI Over Leaked Nude Pic But Doesn’t Tell Them He’s Been Having Sex With Minor Kylie Jenner


Rapper, Tyga, 25, contacted the FBI regarding leaked nude photos of him that hit the internet this week. Tyga has been having sex with a transgender woman who goes by the name Mia Isabella. In doing so, he has been cheating on 17-year-old “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” reality star, Kylie Jenner, who he should not be with in the eyes of the law.


Kylie Jenner

However, Tyga has clearly neglected to tell the FBI he has been having sex with Kylie since she was 15-years-old, which is illegal in the state of California. He also didn’t tell them about the distasteful song he penned about it. Tyga had his privacy invaded, but at the end of the day, the laws on the books aren’t strong enough to deter members of the public from leaking nude photos and or videos.

Mia Isabella

Tyga’s private life has been a mess for the past few years and he is responsible for that via the poor choices he has made, such as leaving his girlfriend and child behind to mess with a minor (and others). He added Isabella to his sex partners, but he is tired of playing second best to Kylie and has ironically had a significant amount of plastic surgery to look like the reality star’s sister, Kim Kardashian.


Now Tyga 'calls in the FBI to track down person who hacked nude photo' after he admits the picture leaked online is authentic

Published: 13:36 EST, 8 July 2015 | Updated: 14:03 EST, 8 July 2015 - Tyga has reportedly asked the FBI to investigate who leaked a nude photo online to allege that he was locked in an affair with a transgender model. The 25-year-old denies ever sending the photo although he's acknowledged it is real and his attorney Lee Hutton told TMZ they have reached out to the Federal Bureau of Investigation because they believe the image was hacked.

Hutton said the full frontal photo could have been stolen either from Tyga or someone with whom he intentionally shared the naked pics. On Wednesday, Hutton said Tyga's legal team have obtained the email that was sent to multiple media outlets, including the blog that posted the story. The rapper has described the incident as a deliberate attempt to smear him. The image in question features some of the rapper's identifying tattoos, proving that the photo, if nothing else, is authentic...