The rapper shared a series of photos taken at an unspecified beach to Instagram on Sunday
Farewell, "Rack City" — Tyga's at the beach.
On Sunday, the rapper shared a series of photos to Instagram of himself enjoying a day at the beach, stripping down in the final NSFW image to show off his bare, tattooed butt.
"my presence is a present...kiss my ass," wrote Tyga, 33, in the post's caption, not revealing where his tropical beach day took place.
The performer, whose real name is Micheal Ray Stevenson, has been quite busy as of late. He's featured on Cher's Christmas album, which dropped Friday, spitting a verse on her song "Drop Top Sleigh Ride."
"Catch me under mistletoe / We can make angels in the snow / Now shake that thing like a snowglobe," raps Tyga on the track.
In a recent interview with PEOPLE, Cher revealed her boyfriend, music executive Alexander "A.E." Edwards, produced the song and got Tyga to feature "as a surprise."
Last week, the rapper also dropped the music video for his recent single "Bops Goin Brazy."
Speaking to Interview for a recent story, Tyga said he's gearing up to release a new album before launching into a new business venture.
"After the album I’ve been working on, I got this men’s skincare thing I’m about to do," he revealed. "My whole thing is a three-step routine. Most men not doing a mask unless their girlfriend or their wife is like, 'Let me do this for you.' You got to be consistent with it, because the problem most men get is razor bumps and ingrown hairs."
He then spoke further about how to avoid such annoyances when shaving — directions he potentially followed in preparation for his nude Instagram photo.
"You got to put on that toner to get right after it’s burned. It’s going to be branded more masculine, because the only men’s skincare out there is from Axe or Old Spice. There’s nothing that’s marketed cool and young," said Tyga. "Right now everybody’s into health. People want to look good and they want to feel good. It’s a whole other world."
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