Tyga has reportedly not been able to leave his ex-girlfriend Kylie Jenner alone after the birth of her first child, Stormi Webster.
The 28-year-old posted a photo of himself Feb. 8 looking longingly in front of him from a balcony while a panther is seated in the grass ahead.
Though the picture itself is interesting, fans are really questioning the caption that accompanies it.
The message reads as follows:
"I been waitin right here, Still I been everywhere #KYOTO."
With Kyoto being the name for the rapper's upcoming album, the caption is most likely a lyric from a song from the album. But with recent rumors about Tyga contacting Kylie in mind, people are wondering if the song is about his ex.
Kylie gave birth to her daughter Feb. 1, and her boyfriend/baby daddy Travis Scott is apparently not too happy that Tyga sent her a congratulations message after Stormi was born.
"Tyga sent Kylie a brief text congratulating her on her new baby,” a source said. “He told her that he was happy for her as he knew this was something she has always wanted."
"Tyga also told Kylie that he knew she was going to be an amazing mother.”
But Tyga didn't end the message there.
The message was short, sweet, but it also included that he misses her,” the insider admits. “He told her he hopes to meet the baby.”
When Travis learned that Tyga had reached out to Kylie, he was angry. They supposedly had a huge fight over the text.
Travis was furious by the message from her ex and told Kylie that she needs to tell Tyga to stay away from my baby,” the source said.
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