There's a pretty good chance that dumping Tyga is the best decision Kylie Jenner ever made.
But hey, when you're a 19-year-old who's only had to decide on mansions to live in and luxury cars to purchase with money you never really earned, actual good choices are probably few and far between.
Still, there's something to be said for Kylie sticking to her guns and leaving Tyga alone, especially since she was with him for most of her formative years.
Remember, they started hanging out when she was just 14 years old.
Their whole relationship was just one big creepfest, and we're not sorry to see it die.
And in a new interview Tyga did on the radio show The Breakfast Club, he's just proving himself to be the creep we always knew him to be.
Right off the bat, literally the first question he was asked, was "How did you lose Kylie?"
"It ain't a losing thing," he answered. "When you make a decision to not be in a relationship with somebody, y'all make that decision, y'all split ways."
When asked if he still loved her, he said "I have love for her, but I'm not like in love no more."
He didn't seem too interested in talking about Kylie, but hearing about her is like 90% of the reason anyone would want to hear from him, so he really didn't have a choice.
(The other 10% is Blac Chyna stuff, which we'll get to in a moment.)
Tyga, in his infinite wisdom, said that any relationship -- and presumably his relationship with Kylie -- is "magic" at first, but then "you start realizing a bunch of sh-t."
"I think there were a lot of people, a lot of outside influences," he said. "She's younger than me so she's dealing with perception. I'm older so I can deal with perception."
"For her, growing up how she grew up, image and perception is everything. You got a bunch of people pulling at you while you're still trying to develop as a woman."
For him, he said he liked to "keep mystique," but being so public is the Kardashian way of life.
"When it was good, it was good," he said, and "when it was bad, it was really bad."
And then, in what may be the most disgusting Tyga quote we've ever heard -- which is really saying something -- he was asked about all the "pedophile" comments.
You know, because he was hanging out with Kylie when she was a minor and he was a grown ass man.
"I'm always ahead of the curve," he said. "I knew she had potential."
Meaning that he saw a teenager who could grow up to be a hot woman. Meaning that Tyga is too gross for words.
He said that after his magic influence, both Kylie and Blac Chyna "super glowed up" -- because it was surely the touch of Tyga and not plastic surgery and/or puberty.
Speaking of Chyna, Tyga claimed that he warned Rob Kardashian about her when they first started dating.
"Chyna, she's just got a different mentality," he explained. "She really is a good person at heart, but she's been through a lot in her life."
And he knew Rob couldn't handle it, so he warned him -- but obviously Rob didn't listen.
These days though, he's leaving all the dating drama behind him and focusing on his music and his son with Chyna, King Cairo.
Which is great news, because no woman deserves to be tied to the sentient trash heap known as Tyga.