Ty Dolla $ign Catches Child Predators With YouTuber Vitaly | #childpredator | #kidsaftey | #childsaftey

Ty Dolla $ign joined forces with YouTube personality Vitaly Zdorovetskiy to help catch child predators on a Kick stream this past weekend, and they ended up catching more than one.

The pair got together on Saturday (May 4) as part of an ongoing Kick series the internet personality has been hosting in an effort to get sex offenders off the streets.

At one point during their stream, the pair ran up to a man who appeared to be in his 20s or 30s and forced him to shave part of his hair before throwing a grenade at him.

“You want to meet the 15-year-old? You trying to get some 15-year-old pussy?” the California crooner questioned the man, before the streamer clarified: “A 15-year-old boy. You’re a fucking rapist. We’re gonna make an example out of you.”

On their next mission, they caught a 73-year-old man. Before they could even exchange any dialogue, a bystander who apparently follows Vitaly and knew what they were doing knocked the perpetrator out and ran.

In an update, the online figure revealed that the man was going to fully recover in addition to being charged for his actions. Additionally, the man who knocked him out will also be prosecuted.

“And to make it clear, the guy that attacked the pedophile was a stranger, who will also be criminally prosecuted,” the streamer said. “We are going to be helping the cops find him.

“We don’t condone the actions of the random member of the public and Kick regularly work with law enforcement to provide any assistance on these types of matters.”

On the music side of things, Ty Dolla $ign has given fans an update on the status his much-delayed Vultures 2 album and teased more projects with Kanye West.

On the same Kick stream with Vitaly over the weekend, he said: “It’s dropping ASAP. Vultures 2 is on the way — it’s coming soon any day now. It could be tomorrow.”

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The R&B singer also confirmed that the album, which was supposed to arrive in early May, will not be available on streaming services such as Spotify and Apple Music.

When a fan asked him if the LP will be available on any streaming platforms or just on the YZY app, he replied: “On the app.”

Elsewhere during his broadcast with the controversial Russian streamer, Ty Dolla previewed an unreleased song from the aforementioned tracklist that features a Playboi Carti verse.

He also confirmed that the duo are definitely releasing Vultures in three parts, before hinting at a fourth.

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