After surrendering to the police on suspicion of home violence, Tyga needs his followers to know that he’s harmless.
In accordance with The Daily Mirror, the rapper took to Instagram on Oct. 15 to interrupt his silence in regards to the alleged abuse of his ex Camaryn Swanson.
“I would like everybody to know that the allegations in opposition to me are false,” the message stated. “I used to be not arrested I took myself into the police station and cooperated.”
The rapper whose actual title is Michael Stevenson was arrested on Oct. 12 on suspicion of felony home violence in Hollywood, CBS News reported.
Tyga, 31, turned himself in on the Los Angeles Police Division’s Hollywood station and bail was set at $50,000 for an alleged incident that occurred sooner or later earlier.
Swanson had shared images on Instagram of herself with a black eye. “I have been emotionally, mentally and bodily abused and I am not hiding it anymore,” the publish acknowledged.