The 25-year-old rapper expressed his unhappiness to his girlfriend about constantly being filmed for social media, telling her: ''Why do you post everything?''
Ironically, Tyga's plea was caught on camera by the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star and shared on Snapchat.
In one video, Tyga says: ''Oh my God, why do you post everything? Damn, you're killing me.''
It seems the tone was playful as Kylie can be heard laughing at her older boyfriend.
In a second video, the 18-year-old reality star continues to tease Tyga by filming him, to which he responds: ''You wouldn't like it if I posted you and s**t, right? So stop filming me on Snapchat!''
In a final clip, Kylie appears worried the rapper is genuinely angry about her documenting their relationship on social media.
Tyga says: ''I'm not mad, I just don't want to be on Snapchat.''
The couple recently went public with their relationship after Kylie turned 18 in August and Tyga even splashed out on a $320,000 Ferrari for her.
However, it has since been claimed the luxury vehicle was simply rented for the occasion.
Since returning to his musical ventures in 2013, the former Reuben vocalist has become a valuable member of the British alt-rock scene.
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