TYGA BLASTS CRITICS FOR MOCKING SON OVER BLAC CHYNA’S ENGAGEMENT TO ROB KARDASHIAN

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No one will tease King Cairo so long as Tyga is around. The rapper recently blasted critics on Twitter for mocking his son over the possibility of King’s mother, Blac Chyna, marrying Rob Kardashian.

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“Only an evil heart would direct negativity at a child and make fun of him for being in a situation that is out of his control,” Tyga tweeted. The rapper was referring to the number of trolls who openly called him “uncle daddy” after hearing of Blac Chyna’s engagement to Rob.

Tyga, who is currently dating Kylie Jenner, had nothing but positive words for the union. “Everybody deserves 2 be happy. What some1 does for their happiness is not my concern, as long as it’s not interfering wit my happiness,” he shared. “It makes me happy to see the mother of my son happy. My only concern in this situation is my son. I want him in happy environments. He’s innocent in this. And I want him to feel as much love as possible.”

Blac Chyna began dating Rob Kardashian several months ago and has served as a positive influence in the reality star’s life ever since. Several family members have reportedly praised the businesswoman for her ability to bring Rob out of his state of depression, and a number of fans took note when the couple celebrated Kardashian’s 29th birthday at Lego Land.

King Cairo is Blac Chyna and Tyga’s only child together. He is three years old.

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Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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  1. WhateverGal says:

    I don’t like him much but I agree here

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