Sparking from social media war between Amber Rose and Khloe Kardashian, Tyga sat down with Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club to clear the air on his relationship with Kylie Jenner.

After garnering backlash from Amber, who appeared on the show last week and gave her thoughts on the rapper hanging out with the 17-year-old reality star, T-Raww told his own side of the story. He also discussed his response to Drake’s “6PM In New York,” as well as his current feelings on Nicki Minaj.

Peep highlights from Tyga’s The Breakfast Club interview below:

On his relationship with Kylie Jenner:
“I want to be clear to everybody that I didn’t leave my family to be with Kylie. That’s ridiculous. Me and [Blac] Chyna, we broke up close to a year now and because of the decision we made, and things in our relationship that wasn’t going right, so we decided to split to raise an emotionally stable kid. That’s what we did and now we have a great relationship.”

“The thing about her is that she’s just a good person. You ever meet somebody and just feel like their energy is just good? It not negative. We’re not talking about what’s on MediaTakeOut today, or what’s negative. She’s just a good person. She comes from a good upbringing and I never met somebody like that, her and her family, how they deal with all the bullshit they deal with.”

“It’s because what people make it seem and TMZ, you gotta think, TMZ didn’t really care about me until they figured out that I live next door to Kim [Kardashian] and Kanye [West] and all that stuff. But I been friends with them before I even met [Blac] Chyna. I was friends with Scott [Disick] her family for years, so me hanging out with them was nothing new. People just want to make a story out of it.”

On his grievances with Cash Money:
“It came to a point where I was like, Man I’ma be turning 25 soon and I got a kid now, I can’t be sitting here waiting on the next man. But [Lil] Wayne gave me that opportunity… I would never say anything bad about Wayne.”

“The business just wasn’t right. It wasn’t Wayne’s fault. You see the situation that’s happening right now […] if everything’s good and everybody got millions and 100s of millions of dollars, I need to make sure why mine is not right, you know what I’m saying?”

On tweeting that Drake is a “bitch:”
“Sometimes you have a light-skinned moment [Laughs]. First of all, we live in the same [neighborhood]. He knows exactly where my house is, I know exactly where his house is. We live next to each other. My thing is, if it’s real it’s real. If it’s not, it’s not. I just don’t f*** with him as a person because of the experiences that I’ve had with him personally. I’m not going against who he is as a person in the public or his music or anything like that, like I said his music is great. It’s undeniable.”

“It’s not really a beef it’s just experiences that I’ve had with him, phone calls and stuff like that. I feel like he’s a nice guy on the outside but, he’s not genuine. He plays people left and right. That’s just my opinion and I’m entitled to have my own opinion. At the end of the day, what I said in the interview was how I felt at that moment.”

On his relationship with Nicki Minaj:
“When I did that interview, people were saying that I called Nicki fake and that wasn’t the case. I just said, me and her just didn’t get along at that moment. Me and Nicki [Minaj] had got into it about something stupid, it was over a song, but that’s what brothers and sisters do. So, I don’t have anything against Nicki. I fuck with her 100%.”

“Nah it was just a song that Drake was on, it was actually “Truffle Butter.” I was on the record. It just got weird.”