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Tyga wasn't letting a run-in with police ruin his day.

As we previously reported, the rapper didn't make it to the performance portion of the Between the Sheets tour announcement yesterday with Chris Brown and Trey Songz at the House of Blues because he was stopped by cops in L.A.

Even so, the maybe-boyfriend of Kylie Jenner made it just in time for some press interviews.

"I'm good," he told me. "I'm fine. I'm here."

Brown cracked, "He was rushing to get here."

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Tyga slipped in a side door as fans were leaving the event with only a couple of people catching a glimpse of him. "Tyga, Tyga," one young woman shouted. "Can I get a photo?"

She didn't.

"You got three guys who really could perform, actually bring something different to the table from each artist," Brown said of the 25-date tour, which kicks off Jan. 28 in his home state of Virginia (tickets go on sale tomorrow).

It also helps that all three artists "are friends," Songz said. "We don't have to worry about clashing of egos. The synergy of it all makes sense."

Chris Brown, Trey Songz

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There will be no fighting over dressing rooms. "There are big dressing rooms everywhere," Brown quipped.

Tyga said, "Backstage is going to be crazy. Backstage is going to be where the real show is at."

While the trio was mum on possible surprise appearances, Breezy said, "We'll reach out to a couple of our friends. I'm sure a lot of people will come out and want to get on stage with us."

We imagine one of those friends will be Nicki Minaj. Just don't ask Brown about Minaj's Nazi imagery problem in the video for "Only," a song he appears on along with Drake and Lil Wayne.

"I just think the tour's going to be amazing," he said, deflecting my question about what he thought of the Minaj drama. "That's what we're focusing on."

Minaj apologized earlier today. "I didn't come up w/the concept, but I'm very sorry & take full responsibility if it has offended anyone," Minaj wrote on Twitter Tuesday. "I'd never condone Nazism in my art."