Tyga’s decision to take a tiger as a pet could cost him his freedom. TMZ reports California Wildlife officials were notified that Tyga was in illegal possession of the large cat, and officers went to his Ventura County home to investigate.
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Tyga told the investigators he moved the animal to a private animal shelter. Wildlife officials have since taken the tiger to a state facility.
The Young Money rapper had been posting videos and pictures of the 7-month-old tiger on his Instagram profile. He could be facing a possession of a prohibited species charge. The misdemeanor is punishable by up six months in jail.