Teen Chatting With Tyga Wants Apology From OK! Magazine

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14-year-old Molly O’Malia, whose texts to Tyga is the main reason why his having on and off relationship with Kylie Jenner sobbed during a press conference on Monday.

A 14-year-old model, Molly O’Malia, labeled as the underage teen chatting with Tyga behind Kylie Jenner’s back wants OK! magazine to apologize for using her pixelated photo on its cover. Aspiring model and singer Molly O’Malia choked back tears as she read out a written statement, sitting beside the celebrity attorney Gloria Allred. While Molly never met the rapper, they traded messages until his suggestion that they FaceTime made her ‘uncomfortable,’ she explained. She then ended contact with the 26-year-old Rapper.

According to her attorney; “Even though OK magazine pixelated my face and did not use my name, a lot of people could tell it was me,” the teen, Molly O’Malia, said during a Monday press conference hosted by famed attorney Gloria Allred.

The article in the Dec. 28 issue indicated Tyga was pursuing the underage.

“He’s definitely trying to hook up with her, and she’s flattered,” the article said. “She thinks it’s exciting … He keeps telling her how beautiful she is and how he can’t wait to hang out with her. It’s a lot of attention for a girl her age, and she’s clearly enjoying it.”

The magazine article indicated the rapper Tyga was pursuing the ninth-grader.

Allred slammed the magazine for dragging the teen into “an alleged sex scandal.” “Hooking up?” Allred asked. “This should not even be a question for a 14-year-old girl.” Asked if the family planned to sue, Allred responded, “We are just going to preserve our options for right now.” She added, “We want an apology from OK! She doesn’t want this to happen to any other young girl.”

Messaged Tyga: The aspiring model, whose blurred face appeared on the cover of OK magazine, connected with the rapper via Instagram, and he was unaware of her age

As for OK magazine they defended their story saying,  “OK! stands by our reporting and the hard work and journalistic integrity of our editors,” a rep for the magazine said in a statement.