Tyga is back in the center of controversy, but this time, it's his, um, member that's stealing all the attention.

The young rapper made headlines today after screenshots of alleged conversations between T-Raww and another woman were leaked to a blog. And guess what was included in those conversations—dick pics!

The website LoveBScott reports that they received several emails from an "anonymous" source alleging Tyga has been cheating on Kylie Jenner with a transgender actress named Mia Isabella. Additionally, the emails attached 80 (!) screenshots of conversations between the two that included some NSFW pics.

While there's always reasonable doubt, the texts included some face photos of the rapper, and the D-pics seemingly confirm that it's Tyga because of his tattoos.

The 25-year-old first addressed the scandal on Twitter:

He also took to Instagram, posting a photo of himself on stage and captioning it, "My focus is always on the positive and building up those around me. I'll never understand why people choose hate and negativity over anything else."

Additionally, Tyga's lawyer, Lee Hutton, confirms the authenticity of the photos but tells TMZ he believes the rapper is the victim of a conspiracy designed to "maliciously shame" him. "The allegations are false and socially irresponsible during a time when many Americans are celebrating equality."

Meanwhile, Kylie has stayed mum concerning the texts and photos on social media, and Mia hasn't directly addressed the situation since it leaked, but did tweet on Friday, "I've gotten soooo sick of gossip surrounding who I date soooo over people threatening to expose my relationships. I'm taking my power back."

E! News has reached out to Hutton for comment.

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