Tyga has been reported to have been repeatedly contacting a fourteen-year-old girl. After OK! Magazine ran a story about it, the young teen model named Molly O'Malia has decided to come forward and tell the true story.
Along with the support of her lawyer Gloria Allred, O'Malia held a new conference to describe how Tyga first contacted her through Instagram (and not the other way around.)
O'Malia only responded because she believed he was contacting her about her music, as she is an aspiring singer. Once he asked to FaceTime her, O'Malia refused to as she felt incredible uncomfortable.
Molly explains that many people had begun hounding her after the release of the magazine, as it poorly pixilated her face.
The magazine painted O'Malia as in a bad light, as it claims that the two were "hooking up" even though that is absolutely false information. Molly is a minor who was caught in Tyga's scandal. Despite everything that has occurred, there is no talk of a lawsuit.
We wish O'Malia the best during this difficult time. She is very brave to stand up and speak out in order to make sure this doesn't happen to any more young girls again.