Tyga VS Molly O’malia: Rapper Posts Cryptic Message After Teen Model Accuses Him of Sending Uncomfortable Messages [PHOTO]

By Jaja Agpalo January 6, 2016 6:50 PM EST

Rapper Tyga points to an image of Tupac Shakur on his shirt as he arrives before the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in the Manhattan borough of New York, November 10, 2015. (Photo: REUTERS/Carlo Allegri)

Rapper Tyga is in hot water again after a 14-year-old teen model alleged him of sending "uncomfortable" messages her way during an emotional press conference earlier this week. On Tuesday, the boyfriend of Kylie Jenner posted a cryptic message on his Instagram which seems to be referring to the recent accusations of Molly O'Malia.

"They don't want you to win," the 26-year-old "Hookah" hitmaker wrote on Instagram. In the photo, Tyga was seen scowling on a driveway with a number of luxury cars surrounding him.

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Tyga posted the cryptic message a day after Molly and her lawyer, Gloria Allred, held a press conference on Monday and accused the rapper of sending her countless unwanted messages on Instagram. The teen model said that the "Ride Out" singer reached out to her first through the social media site.

"I thought that it could possibly be about my music, but he did not mention that in his initial communication with me," Molly stated. She even added that the situation became "uncomfortable" when Tyga started to ask her for a FaceTime conversation.

"He asked me to FaceTime three times, but I didn't do it," Molly went on. "Because of my discomfort with why he wanted to communicate with me I quickly stopped responding to him. It's crazy how so much can come out of nothing."

Meanwhile, Tyga has already denied the allegations. As a matter of fact, Anthony Martini, his manager, said to TMZ on Tuesday that the main reason why the "Stimulated" rapper reached out to Molly is to ask her for a possible music collaboration.

Tyga has found out that Molly had a large number of followers on social media, so he was interested to make music with the aspiring model via Last Kings Records. Meanwhile, up to this writing, Kylie has yet to release a comment regarding this issue.

What can you say about this latest issue involving Kylie Jenner's boyfriend, Tyga? Do you believe with the claims of Molly O'Malia? Share to us your thoughts in the comment section below.

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