Tyga’s girlfriend “Blac Chyna” who’s a ex /current stripper I think is also with CHILD for the rapper!
The Young Money rapper Tyga and his exotic dancer turned girlfriend, Blac Chyna, have nixed plans to keep their speculated romance under wraps by hooking up for the most recent cover of Urban Ink magazine.
YMCMB rapper Tyga’s tattoos have landed him on the cover Urban Ink Magazine along with “model” Blac Chyna. The stripper exotic dancer with the pierced dimples is featured in Tyga’s “Rack City” video and the pair have been rumored to be in a relationship. In the accompanying story, which features a “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” meets “2012 Bonnie and Clyde” themed photo spread while Tyga talks about Weezy tattooing the dots on his face, his upcoming ventures and being part of the YMCMB family. (source Hip Hop Wired)
The couple also speak about their relationship in the new issue.
Tyga seems to keep his love life on the low, but he’s been spotted around at events with his lady friend that we all know as Blac Chyna. Now they’re looking pretty official on the March 13th cover of “Urban Ink” Magazine.
Outside of mag covers, the rapper’s latest Young Money project debuted on the sales chart last month with his long-awaited Careless World and for this week on the chart at No. 4. With seven days in the books, his new LP has sold 61,500 records.
The rapper’s album has picked up momentum courtesy of its popular “Rack City” single.
“I think that the timing is right,” Tyga tells The Boom Box. “Having the No. 1 rap song out right now, I know my fans have been waiting for it and I’m ready to put it out.” To kick off its release, Tyga will head out on his Careless World Tour on the same day that the album drops. Although he’s been keeping a lot of the details around the album secret — he only fell victim to one leak by way of the song ‘King of Queens’ featuring Wale and Nas — he’s confident that fans will connect with the project. “I’m excited just to get it out and get it to fans,” he continues. “I still give people a little party music, but I feel like when you make albums different from mixtapes, [the] album needs to be more of a theme.” (The Boom Box)