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Tyga talks how he assures King Cairo is not too spoiled, what he and his son like in common

28 March 2017 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Tyga revealed in a new interview that his son with Blac Chyna, King Cairo, is quite spoiled and he explained how he assures his son will not grow up like a spoiled brat.

Tyga was at the grand opening of Lit Sundays at Daylight Beach Club in Las Vegas and the 27-year-old rapper said of his four-year-old son that the latter is obsessed with everything his father like. Tyga shared King Cairo likes cars, women, and jewelry just as much as Tyga does.

Tyga shared, "I'm trying to cut back with him on the gifts because he gets very, very spoiled. He is very spoiled. He thinks he is supposed to have all of that, so I have to kind of teach him that I work hard to get everything. He's kind of like, 'Pick me up from school in the Bentley in my Bentley car seat.' He's kind of like—not that he's spoiled—but that's all he knows. You've got to kind of teach him other things and that you've got to work for that stuff."

As for parenting, the boyfriend of Kylie Jenner said he finds it difficult sometimes because he has to be an active parent and teach King Cairo lessons to make his son feel what he felt in the past. He said he has to teach his son that materials things could be taken at any moment that is why he wants to teach his toddler how to work hard for everything.

Tyga also shared the dream of his son, which is to be an architect. The rapper said his son wants to build Ferraris but that might change in the future. Tyga said it seems King Cairo does not want to be part of the show business.

The father-of-one also talked about his new single with Kanye West. He signed up for the label of West last year.

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