Tyga reaches for security guard's gun after getting kicked out of Floyd Mayweather's birthday party
The details are more bizarre than the headline.
Last night (Feb. 23), Tyga was kicked out of Floyd Mayweather’s birthday party at the Sunset Room nightclub in Hollywood.
Allegedly, Tyga got into an argument with another party attendee, according to TMZ. After having to be forcibly removed from the venue by a security guard, Tyga is seen on video trying to escape security.
“Alright bro,” the “Taste” rapper yelled while being removed out of the club. “Chill out,” he continued. After breaking loose, he stood near his security guard and put his hand in the guard’s pocket to reach for his gun. However, Tyga’s security guard stopped the rapper’s multiple attempts to retrieve the firearm.
As the video continues, you can see Tyga’s security attempt to de-escalate the situation by calming Tyga down and encouraging him to walk away.
As he began to walk away, Tyga began to run after spotting reporters that questioned what took place inside of the club.
At the end of the video, Tyga is seen arguing with his security guard while his entourage told him “he’s not worth it,” possibly referring to the venue’s security guard that kicked him out.
One of the members of Tyga’s entourage then demanded that the crowd of spectators around stop filming. “Real shit, right now.” Then after the madness subdued, Tyga hopped into a read car and left the area.
It’s still unknown who Tyga was arguing with inside of the club or why.
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