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Tyga, Dujour

Carlos Eric Lopez for DuJour

Tyga's house is not exactly homey.

Kylie Jenner's on-again, off-again boyfriend recently invited DuJour magazine into his rental mansion, which lists for a reported $40,000 a month. The space was big, yes, and featured luxe amenities (aka "dark woods floors, chrome and glass railings, three stories and an infinity pool"), but it seemed a little...impersonal.

As the magazine notes, there's only one item "that makes the place feel like home...a tiger-striped motorcycle that sits in the vestibule". Apparently the rapper rode it and fell off, and when that happened, "he relegated it to sculpture." (No word yet on whether the naked mannequins in these pics come along with the rental package or if they were merely props for the shoot.) 

Tyga, Dujour

Carlos Eric Lopez for DuJour

It's not exactly a surprise, though, that Tyga's personality isn't reflected in his home decor. He's not that transparent, or as he tells DuJour, "I only like people to know what I want them to know."

"People didn't know what Tupac was doing," he notes. "That's why he was so iconic. Before [the Internet], it was real superstars...I don't engage with people that much. You can't base your life off waking up every morning like, 'What are people saying about me now?' Then I'd never stay in my creative headspace...I just want to put all my answers in the music."

Fair enough. Tyga clearly strives to be cool with his music, fashion and controlled personal image. He aspires, he says, to be, "The King of Dopeness."

DuJour notes that Kylie's brother-in-law Kanye West is the "one person who might appreciate that goal," and we'd have to agree. Tyga is quite the fan of Yeezy's, too. "You learn something by just having a conversation with him," he says. "And he listens, and that's the thing I do...I listen to everybody and then I take it and put my own thought on it. That's just how life is. God puts us in places. It's for you to make the decision whether you go left or right."

Tyga's full interview can be found on DuJour.com.