Tyga allegedly owes a vehicle loan business $700,000 for missing payments on two exotic sports cars he bought in the middle of the 2010s.
RadarOnline reports that Choice Motors Credit is pursuing T-Raww for $1.3 million in unpaid legal fees from a 2016 lawsuit.
Tyga was had to pay $412,000 in back payments on a 2013 Lamborghini Aventador and $91,000 for a 2014 Bentley Mulsanne after Choice Motors Credit won the action and received a default judgment.
But the corporation alleges that amount has subsequently grown to $1.3 million with interest.
The rapper from “Rack City” is no stranger to legal troubles. Vans filed a lawsuit against Tyga and MSCHF last year for allegedly copying their iconic shoe design with their “Wavy Baby” sneakers.
Finally siding with Vans, a federal judge in Brooklyn issued an injunction against Tyga and MSCHF as well as a prohibition on any future sales of the shoe.
Earlier than that, in 2019, Midway Rent a Car allegedly sued Tyga, alleging that he owed $441k for a Ferrari and a Rolls-Royce. Eventually, the Californian agreed to a repayment schedule, and both automobiles were purportedly seized.
The 32-year-old was sued by his landlord in 2020 after it was claimed that he caused $200,000 in damage to a Los Angeles home.
The landlord sued T-Raww for unpaid rent in the amount of $32,000, as well as for damages to the marble floors and countertops in the amount of $15,575 and the walls in the amount of $103,160.25 for murals and wallpaper.
A basketball hoop that damaged the driveway and new locks that ruined the front door were allegedly placed by the landlord’s former renter without his authorization.
In terms of music, Tyga didn’t put out a project in 2022, but in December he collaborated with Chris Brown on the filthy track “Nasty.”