Tyga's manager claims the only reason he reached out to Molly O'Malia was for business.
Yesterday, 14-year old Molly O'Malia held a press conference in NYC with famed lawyer Gloria Allred to share her side of the Tyga-texting-underage-teen story. The alleged incident had already been covered by OK! Magazine, however Molly and her lawyer were upset with the way the teen was represented in the OK! article.
We haven't heard a peep from Tyga or his camp on the debacle, however finally someone from T-Raww's team has spoken out. Molly O'Malia claims that the DMs Tyga sent made her feel "uncomfortable," and that at first, she thought he might be reaching out about her music. Well, Tyga's manager Anthony Martini, says that is indeed the reason Tyga reached out. Tyga thought she might be a good fit for his Last Kings Records imprint. It was strictly business-related for Tyga, and apparently, in text messages obtained by TMZ, Molly actually claims that she's 17-years old.
Tyga's manager goes on to say that the back-and-forth between the two was music-related, as Tyga asked her to send him some music, and as for the FaceTime request, it was to hear her sing and discuss business-- the rapper was apparently in the studio with a bunch of producers at the time.
We'll keep you posted as this story unravels.