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The Daily Mail is insisting that a jealous Kylie Jenner made Tyga lose out on some serious cash flow after she didn’t want him around the apple-bottomed beauties that parade around Brazil during a string of sold-out shows.

Whatever the reason, it has opened up Tyga to the possibility of his favorite pastime activity, which is getting sued.

Daily Mail Online has learned that Kylie’s rapper boyfriend Tyga has canceled a Brazilian tour on her wishes – and fans say it’s because she’s worried about him taking a liking to bootylicious locals.

Tyga was due to play three eagerly-awaited gigs in the tropical country this week, but is now reportedly facing a huge fine after canceling at the last minute.

In a statement, the furious local organizers of the tour said Tyga’s reps had informed them ‘he would not be coming to Brazil for his shows because he was stopped by his current girlfriend, media personality and socialite Kylie Jenner.’

‘We are very upset in finding out an artist lacks the professionalism and the love for Brazilian fans, and allows something personal to interfere with his work schedule,’ added Alexandre Stocco, of AS Productions, and Andre Marques, of Amarx Productions.

According to reports in Brazil, Tyga is facing a $400,000 fine for breaching the contract.

The organizers, who will be refunding fans with tickets, say they had already paid his fees, transport, accommodation and production costs. The tour was set to also take him to Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte.

Originally they had been told Tyga was unable to board a flight to Brazil because he did not have a work visa, according to reports.

But since then they released a detailed statement to the local press blaming Kylie Jenner.

We’re guessing that Momma Kylie will cover that six-figure fine if this was in fact her doing. With his CONUS support already wavering, Tyga is now getting slandered in Portuguese. Will somebody stop the bleeding?

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