The 28-year-old rapper took to Twitter on Monday to set the record straight, denying his "involvement" in anyone else's family -- despite seemingly claiming to be the father of Jenner's now-7-week-old daughter, Stormi, on Snapchat in September 2017.
"I’ve never said anything about someone else’s child or family insinuating my involvement; and will never do so," Tyga tweeted. "Please, Stop spreading false stories and attacking people’s families."
"I have nothing to do with any of that," he added. "People should be able to live in peace."
Tyga shares 5-year-old son King Cairo with Blac Chyna (whose daughter, Dream Kardashian, is Jenner's niece), and dated Jenner for almost three years before she got together with boyfriend Travis Scott in April 2017. Jenner and Scott welcomed Stormi on Feb. 1, less than a year after she and Tyga called it quits -- but according to her mom, Kris Jenner, there's no question who Stormi's father is.
Jenner shut down the speculation on the Kyle and Jackie O Show earlier this month, interrupting host Kyle Sandilands, who brought up rumors of Tyga's possible paternity.
"Oh no, no, no. I think that was just a bunch of silly rumors, as usual," she said. "Yeah, you guys know better than that."
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