"I love that girl," Tyga reportedly during a Real 92.3 interview Tuesday
brightcove.createExperiences(); After a few on-again, off-again months, it looks like all is well between Kyga for now.
When asked if he saw himself getting married any time soon, the rapper admitted it wasn’t necessarily coming up in the near future but that, eventually, yes.
“Nah, no time soon,” he said, according to E! “I mean we all got to walk down the aisle. I think whatever makes you happy in life you gotta do it. You can’t plan in life too much.”
But that doesn’t mean his connection with Jenner, 18, isn’t there: “I love somebody a lot,” he said. (Plus, Tyga did recently admit he wants to marry Jenner at some point on an episode of Kocktails with Khloé.)
According to E!, the radio host then asked if Tyga heard the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star’s past comments about eventually marrying her rapper beau, and it turns out he was actually there at the time she mentioned it: “Yeah, I was there. She was filming something for her lip company. I was there to support her a bit,” he said. “I love that girl.”
And that’s not the first time Tyga has addressed his love for Jenner: On the same radio show two weeks before, he shot down rumors that their relationship was all for show and entertainment.
“If I go on her show or something, it’s out of love,” he said. “I ain’t get no check for that. I ain’t got no check from them or nothing like that. And I would never ask. I do my own thing. Everything I do is out of love.”
Tyga, whose real name is Michael Stevenson, filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy back in December 2010, according to court documents obtained by PEOPLE.
At the time of his 2010 filing, Tyga listed his assets at between $0 and $50,000. His liabilities, however, were listed at between $100,001 and $500,000.
And that wasn’t the first time Tyga’s financial woes have made headlines – the rapper was recently embroiled in a legal battle after a landlord sued him for $70,000 in unpaid rent, and the state claimed in September 2015 that he owes more than $19,000 in back taxes from 2009, 2010 and 2011.