End of the Romance: Avril Lavigne and Tyga Reportedly Split

Avril Lavigne and Tyga

A recent news story says that Avril Lavigne and Tyga are no longer together after dating for months. They worked together to promote Tyga’s most recent song three months ago. On July 4, Tyga put up a TikTok video for “Bops Going Brazy.” It looked like Vanilla Ice’s “Ice Ice Baby” (a cover of Queen and David Bowie’s “Under Pressure”) was sampled in the new song. Avril and Tyga danced to it together in a beautiful white gown with an unlaced corset front.

The two artists lip-synced to his new song while keeping the same style. Tyga and Avril made gun sounds (“Glock o baby”) while they moved. At the end of the video, the “Complicated” artist had loose blonde hair and a sly grin.

Avril and Tyga: Dating at July 4th Event

They both wore the same clothes to the July 4 Red, White, and Bootsy event put on by The Wood Group and Bootsy Bellows at Nobu in Malibu. The TikTok video and pictures didn’t show them being close, but the fact that they were at the party earlier seemed to prove that they were dating this summer.

Several sources say that Tyga and Avril broke up in June. Reports say that both people agreed to end the relationship, and the two stayed friends.

Avril and Tyga seemed to be dating after having dinner together at Nobu in February. They talked about their romance on the streets and at a few Paris Fashion Week events together. In March, they still held hands when they got to Kyrie Irving’s birthday party in Hollywood.

End of the Romance: Avril Lavigne and Tyga Reportedly Split

Avril dated Tyga after leaving Mod Sun. After two months of on-and-off dating, she and her ex-fiancé split in late February.

It was revealed in February 2021 that Tyga was dating social media personality Camaryn Swanson before Avril. After Camaryn accused Tyga of domestic abuse later that year, he was arrested for felony domestic violence. In February 2022, Tyga was cleared of charges after meeting with the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office to improve domestic conflict resolution.