AceShowbiz - Tyga seemingly tries to fix his relationship with Camaryn Swanson. The "Ayy Macarena" hitmaker was spotted liking his ex-girlfriend's sexy social media post months after he turned himself in on suspicion of domestic violence against her.
The hip-hop star double-tapped Camaryn's latest photo on her Instagram account that she posted on Saturday, January 9. The snap saw her donning a colorful crop top and a pair of jeans. She fiercely posed in front of a railing overlooking the city view in Las Vegas.
Many fans quickly noticed Tyga's social media gesture. In the comment section of the post, one Instagram user wrote, "Tyga liked the photo?! Didn't he give her a black eye?!" Another questioned, "Why tyga like the photo???"
Others left a little reminder for Camaryn with one person commenting, "I'll be damned if we watched you cry on your live for days only to take tyga back." In the meantime, someone else said, "He dont deserve you baby sorry."
Tyga and Camaryn had an altercation in October last year. At the time, TMZ reported that she showed up at the rapper's home in California "screaming in the middle of the night" before things turned physical. On the next day, the former boyfriend of Kylie Jenner voluntarily turned himself in to the Los Angeles Police Department.
Tyga, born Micheal Ray Nguyen-Stevenson, was released from jail just hours later on a $50,000 bond. Days later, he took to his social media account to slam the allegations against him. "I want everyone to know that the allegations against me are false," he declared in an Instagram Story. "I was not arrested. I took myself into the police station and cooperated. I have not been charged with any crime."
Tyga reportedly will not face felony charges over the case. Tyga's case was first handed to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office. However, it has since been forwarded to the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office. This means the emcee escaped the felony domestic violence because only the district attorney's office can charge people with a felony. Though so, he could still be charged with a misdemeanor in the case.