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Tyga's Grandma is #TeamKylie!

EXCLUSIVE: 'Kylie is sweet, loves my Vietnamese cooking and she's so much better for Tyga.' The rapper's beloved grandma gives the 17-year-old and the Kardashian family her stamp of approval

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The family of loved up rapper Tyga has told of their relief that he has dumped model Blac Chyna to swoon 17-year-old Kylie Jenner.

Giving the unlikely romance the family seal of approval, Tyga's grandmother told how despite him having a two-year-old son King with his ex, she couldn't be happier that her grandson has traded Blac in for a younger model.

Talking exclusively to Daily Mail Online from her home in Los Angeles, 70-year-old Kim Nguyen said: 'We all love Kylie and think she is so much better for Tyga than Blac.

'Yes she is King's mum, but Blac just wasn't a very nice person and Kylie comes from a much better family.

'She is such a sweet, lovely girl and seems to adore Tyga.

'So we didn't mind him splitting up from Blac. It was a relief for us all.'

Former stripper Blac and Tyga had been an item since 2011 when she appeared in his 'Rack City' music video.

On October 16th 2012 their son King Cairo was born and in December of that year the curvy 26-year-old confirmed their engagement.

Blac, 28, - real name Angela White - had once been one of Kylie's big sister Kim's best friends.

But after rumors of her fiance's romance with Kylie began to swirl, their friendship soon soured.

And this year a very public battle of words between the two girls erupted on social media.

While Blac claimed Tyga – whose real name is Michael Ray Nguyen-Stevenson - had been texting her begging for a reconciliation, Kylie hit back and tweeted claiming Blac's texts from Tyga were fake.

But family matriarch Kim settled the battle once and for all, when she told how her grandson had never been happier.

Speaking from her modest apartment in a suburb of LA, Kim, who is Vietnamese and the mother of Tyga's mum Pasionaye, said: 'Tyga adores Kylie and has introduced us to her lots of times.

'She loves Vietnamese food, so we love to cook it for her whenever Tyga invites us to his home.

'Blac used to live there, but now it is where Tyga lives with his son King and Kylie is round there all the time.

'I'm not sure when King sees his mum, but Tyga is a great dad and has never seemed happier, now he is with Kylie.

'King is at such a fun age and never stops talking. He is gorgeous.'

Kim tells how despite his humble upbringings in an impoverished part of Los Angeles, none of the family were surprised at his rise to fame.

She said: 'When he was little I used to slap him and say 'Stop singing and get to school'.

'But he wouldn't listen and now it looks like we were wrong and he was right.

'Because look where his singing has got him. We couldn't be prouder of him and thanks to his singing he is rich and famous.'

Ask his grandma whether the fact her grandson is dating a girl so young bothers her and Kim laughs and says: 'No, Tyga is only a baby himself, so we don't see what the problem is.

'All we care about is that she is a lovely girl, from a well educated family who are a great influence on Tyga.'

Rapper Tyga, 25, is defiant about romancing 17-year-old Kylie. The hip-hop star has been telling pals that she is 'more mature than most adults', according to TMZ.

The website claims that Tyga - real name Michael Nguyen-Stevenson - says that Kris Jenner's daughter doesn't act like a regular teenage girl due to the fact she's 'a millionaire who runs a company and even owns her own home.'

Kylie has certainly followed in the footsteps of her money-spinning family, lending her name to hair and beauty products, clothing lines and even releasing a novel with sister Kendall.

And grandma isn't the only family member to give Kyle her stamp of approval.

Mom Pasionaye, 43 told Star mag in October last year: 'As long as Michael's happy, I am happy,'

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