Fans Convinced Tyga Shades Kylie Jenner Over Her Controversial $3M Bugatti

Meanwhile, some others can't help but point out the shoes, which are Travis Scott's Air Jordan 1, that the 'Hookah' rapper is wearing on his new Instagram photo.

AceShowbiz - This might or might not be Tyga's reaction to Kylie Jenner facing backlash for showing off her new car on Instagram. Many are convinced that the rapper threw some shades at his ex-girlfriend when he took to Instagram on Monday, October 6 to share a new photo of him posing with his lavish vehicle.

In the said photo, Tyga was seen posing in front of a red Ferrari with the doors opening. Opting for casual look in a light brown T-shirt and color-coordinated pants, the "Hookah" rapper looked away from the camera as he placed his hand on the door. He left the photo captionless.

The timing of his post was interesting given that it arrived shortly after Kylie was forced to delete her controversial video due to the backlash, and fans seemed to notice this as well. "The shadeeeee," one simply said, while one other directly mentioned the makeup mogul, "Are you impressed yet?" Another chimed in, "Trolling so hard."

Some others, meanwhile, couldn't help but point out the shoes that Tyga was wearing. He noticeably rocked a pair of Nike's Air Jordan 1 sneakers, which were a part of Kylie's other ex Travis Scott (II)'s collaboration with the shoes brand. "He really wearing those? Them AJ1s carry a message," someone said as an individual joked, "Dude really has travs on LMFAOOOO."

Over the weekend, Kylie shared on Instagram a video of her showing off her brand new Bugatti Chiron that retailed beginning at $3 million. Despite her youngest self-made billionaire title, the extravagance of purchase still had some fans balking as they later criticized her for not using her wealth to help the less fortunate.

"How can people justify buying more cars then they possibly need when there are people out there who can't eat! Like I get it's your money and you earn it but HOW do you justify not doing good with it I just don't get it," one wrote, adding, "They money you spent on this you could of fed a village for a year AT LEAST." Someone sarcastically said, "Oh yay! Another new car! Meanwhile there's ppl struggling to make ends meet and feed themselves."

Kylie deleted the video after the backlash.

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