Earlier this week, it was claimed by Tyga’s ex-girlfriend, Camaryn Swanson, that he allegedly attacked her, during a visit to his home, which occurred at 3AM, on Monday. Swanson had came over to his Los Angeles home, after Tyga supposedly told her to come. Swanson was then said to have yelled outside the home as loud as she could, and Tyga soon let her inside.
When Swanson came in, she claimed that things got to a point where the Compton rapper attacked her. She then went to social media to show the injury marks, that she sustained. Tyga didn’t want to speak with LAPD on Monday, but ended up turning himself in, on Tuesday. He was booked, and faced a felony domestic violence charge.
Tyga went no to post bond, and as the amount was unspecified. He went on to be able to perform at a nightclub in Orange County, on Thursday night.
There has been talks about whether Tyga will be pulled from Rolling Loud California’s 2021 festival lineup in December, as well. According to TMZ, the festival put that to rest, and confirmed that he will still be able to perform. Tyga’s team has since denied to TMZ, any involvement in this domestic violence case, by stating “The allegations you have been reading about our client the past few days are false and will be disproven.”