Update: Updates released since the posting of this article reveal that Tyga may have been asking, "Where the loyal girls at?" You can decide for yourself by listening to the clip at the end of this post!

Nope nope nope nope nope.

While Tyga and Kylie Jenner—youngest of the Kardashian Klan—are definitely dating and flaunting it everywhere whether we like it or not, Tyga continues to dig himself into a hole in regards to the (well-deserved) controversy surrounding his relationship with the barely-legal Jenner girl. (For the record, while Kylie did recently turn 18, Tyga—who is in his mid-20s—was dating her well before that when she was legally considered a child.)

In one rather distasteful move, the rapper recently dropped the PDA-filled music video for his super icky track "Stimulated," in which he talks about dating a younger woman (in Kylie's case, a teenager) using very problematic and sexualized language. This language includes the line, "They say she young, I should’ve waited / She a big girl, dog when she stimulated." (BRB, BARFING ON MY LAPTOP.) To make matters worse, the video actually features Kylie, making it more than clear as to who exactly the song is about. Ugh.

But apparently that little F-U to the public wasn't enough for the rapper. Last night (Friday September 4), things became even more questionable when Tyga, during a performance at the Pizza Festival in Los Angeles, seemingly asked the crowd before one of his songs, "Where all the little girls at?"

Um, what? Dude, no.

It's beyond bizarre that the rapper would choose to use the words "little girls" when trying to hype up his crowd, especially considering all the backlash he's received for his relationship with Kylie and the music video he just released. Is he trolling us? Why not ask, "Where the ladies at?" "Where the women at?" or "Where the girls at?" Actually, never-mind—I really don't wanna know.

Watch the clip below:


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