Tyga says Chris Brown is Jealous of His Relationship With Kylie Jenner

Tyga says Chris Brown is Jealous of His Relationship With Kylie Jenner

Chris Brown, 26, was just trying to offer up some words of wisdom to Tyga, 25, after he was accused of maintaining a 3-year sexual relationship with Mia Isabella, 29, behind Kylie Jenner’s, 17, back. However, Tyga was less than pleased with the unsolicited advice, and things got heated between the “Ayo” rappers when Tyga told Breezy to butt out. Here’s what went down.

“Tyga didn’t appreciate that conversation. He told Chris to mind his own business and clean up his own house (referring to his custody battle with Nia Guzman). Tyga told Chris he’s just jealous because Karrueche [Tran] dumped him and how he’s not over that.” Yikes. We all know Chris and Karrueche have had enough relationship drama to last a lifetime, so that’s a pretty big accusation. We can imagine why that one hit home for Chris — which is why things got ugly.

“They went back and forth talking s–t to one another and hurling insults but they’re brothers — this will pass,” an insider says. “All Chris was trying to do was to look out for both Tyga and Kylie.”

We can imagine dealing with the cheating scandal isn’t easy for Tyga, and that it’s a sensitive topic. Even though Kylie is supporting him and refusing to believe he cheated on her with the transgender porn star, it seems like Tyga wants to keep everything just between him and Kylie.

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