The couple's low-key appearance together came several days after a series of nude texts from Tyga, which were allegedly sent to Isabella, were posted by B. Scott. The gossip blog also reported that Isabella was entwined in a relationship with the "Rack City" rapper for three years, a duration during which Tyga was involved with Blac Chyna, with whom he shares a son, King Cairo.
Tyga's lawyer confirmed that the photos of the rapper were authentic, but insisted that Tyga, 25, did not send them to Isabella. "The allegations are false and socially irresponsible during a time when many Americans are celebrating equality," Tyga's lawyer Lee Hutton told TMZ, adding that the recipient of the original images was out to "maliciously shame" his client.
Tyga's response to whole ordeal were in his Twitter posts: "My focus is always on the positive and building up those around me. I'll never understand why people choose hate and negativity over anything else,'' he wrote after the controversy. Adding, ''Smh. The devil is working hard today. Lol'' . That's before he allegedly sent death threats to Mia after she hinted to release a sex tape they made together.
Amidst the scandal, Tyga's girlfriend also engaged in a separate feud of her own on July 12. Jenner was accused of misappropriating black features by Hunger Games star Amandla Stenberg after the reality star posted a selfie of herself in cornrows on Sunday, captioning it: "I woke up like disss."
Despite the eventful past week, Jenner and Tyga seemed unfazed by it all as they concentrated on having a great sushi inspired dinner.