Tyga's manager, Anthony Martini, tells TMZ that the rapper reached out to the teenager after finding out about her musical ability. Apparently, the 26-year-old thought Molly could be a part of a project for his record label and everything was strictly professional. The rapper wanted to FaceTime with Molly to see if she actually had pipes—and there was nothing inappropriate about it. Interestingly, according to texts obtained by TMZ, Molly said she was 17-years-old.
Molly’s lawyer, famed attorney Gloria Allred, held a press conference to tell a different story. She claims Tyga relentlessly texted her client and Molly was creeped out by Tyga’s FaceTime request. Allred blasted OK! magazine for running a fake story about Tyga and Molly hooking up. “I’m very upset,” said Molly tearfully. “The truth is Tyga contacted me first. He direct messaged me on Instagram. I knew who he was but I was surprised he was talking to me.” She continues, “I felt uncomfortable when he asked me to FaceTime with him. He asked me three times but I didn’t do it.”
Here's Molly at the press conference.
Molly has yet to file a lawsuit against OK! magazine.
Stay out of the DMs, Tyga!