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Tyga’s Underaged Accuser May Be Not Super Honest (VIDEO)

January 13, 2016 | video | Lex Jurgen | 0 Comments


At some point last week a fourteen year old aspiring singer who looks thirty seven cried with her mom and Gloria Allred at a press conference claiming rapper Tyga came on to her sexually via social media and she lacked the wherewithal at such a tender age to press the ‘block’ button. America wept with her. Including the guys who were secretly thinking about fucking her. Good cover. Since Tyga already had a reputation for boning his underaged Jenner girlfriend, it seemed in the least plausible. Though none of it was criminal so the entire Allred press conference played like a weak Cosby rape accuser interstitial.

Rapper Bobo Norco who is a real person it seems claims in a selfie-video that this same Molly O’Malia chick not only previously hit him up with flirty messages, but also blatantly lied about being eighteen. He excerpted her text messages which kind of make her look like a liar. Which just goes to show, for every statutory raping rapper there is an underaged chick looking for her ticket to ride to the end of the rainbow for her pot of gold.

The law clearly¬†disfavors black men getting involved with fourteen year old white girls. Every silver lining of endless pussy has a cloud of some kind. This cloud might get you lynched. Please don’t say you remember the good old days when we didn’t have plotting whorish teen girls.

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