Tyga has already publicly distanced himself from 14-year-old Molly O'Malia, the girl he believed to be 17 years old and claims he contacted for business purposes because she was a singer. She held a press conference earlier this month to deny claims she was ever romantically involved with the 26-year-old rapper after she was featured on an OK! Magazine cover detailing her role in Tyga and Kylie Jenner's breakup. Now O'Malia is being accused of lying to another rhymer about her age.

Screenshots of an Instagram conversation, obtained by Love B. Scott, showcase O'Malia telling a relatively unknown rapper named Bobo Norco from Santa Rosa, Calif. that she is 18. Whether the images are legit or not remains to be seen but the teen's username appearing in the conversation matches up with her official account on Instagram.

The exchange features O'Malia telling 31-year-old Norco, whose released projects like The XO Album through his label, N.L.N.F. Entertainment, to "check out my music." Her direct message to him goes unanswered to which she continues with “What do I have to do to get your attention?” Once he finally replies and acknowledges she sings, he states, "I need 2 no [sic] more and hear ur stuff."

The alleged DMs include O'Malia stating she's more than four years older than her actual age. "Wellll I just turned 18 and plan on moving to LA as soon as i graduate in May. Can I send you some links to my music?" she writes. And Norco replying with, "Ur 18 and stilll havn't [sic] graduated? Crazy."

Their convo ends with the 14-year-old asking if Norco believes her to which he says "Nope."

Norco appeared in a clip speaking on the incident and calling out O'Malia for lying. “Tell me why that same female that was hitting up Tyga has been hitting me up for the past year, lying about her age, saying that she’s 18 years old,” says Norco in the clip, seen below.

Last week, Tyga's manager, Anthony Martini, told TMZ they only reached out to Molly O'Malia because she had a strong musical following online and thought she'd be the right person for a Last Kings Records project, which would be put out through Tyga's label. The text messages obtained by the site prove O'Malia told Tyga she was 17.

O'Malia's press conference, held on Jan. 4, featured the young girl crying at a podium as she read from a statement. Her lawyer, Gloria Allred, comforted the teen as she gave her account of how she began communicating with the "Dope'd Up" rapper.

“I want people to know the truth. The truth is that Tyga contacted me first, he direct messaged me on Instagram,” O’Malia said at the press conference. “I knew who he was, but I was surprised that he was contacting me.”

Her mother was also in attendance to show support. “Molly decided the best thing to do was to stand up for herself," she stated. I’m very proud of her to have the courage to come today and do this.”

As for Tyga, the rhymer just dropped his new mixtapte, Rawwest Nigga Alive.

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