The 26-year-old rapper took to Twitter on Tuesday to respond to the news that Rob and Blac Chyna, the mother of his 3-year-old son, were engaged, writing, "Everybody deserves 2 be happy. What some1 does for their happiness is not my concern, as long as it's not interfering wit my happiness."
Tyga, who is now in a relationship with Rob's half-sister, Kylie Jenner, confirmed he was dating Blac Chyna in November 2011, and the couple welcomed their son in October 2012. Two months later, the couple confirmed they were engaged but ended up splitting in August 2014.
In his series of tweets, Tyga wrote that his son is "innocent in this" and that he wants him to "feel as much love as possible."
"Only an evil heart would direct negativity at a child & make fun of him for being in a situation that is out of his control," he tweeted, without making any specific references to who may have said anything negative about his young child.
He's innocent in this. & I want him to feel as much love as possible.
"When u been blessed how I've been, & create some1 u love unconditional, u'll understand how I feel. Ull want to protect that blessing," Tyga continued. "Cherish yo own blessings and stop hating mine."
When u been blessed how I've been, & create some1 u love unconditional, u'll understand how I feel. Ull want to protect that blessing.
In January, Tyga shared similar sentiments about Rob and Blac Chyna dating after news of their relationship broke, telling photographers, "Everybody deserves to be happy." Check out the video below to hear more.