Tyga is said to have been sued for $1.3 million in missed car payments
Rapper Tyga is said to have fallen into hot water when it comes to missing payments for luxury cars. Based on explosionthe 33-year-old has been sued for not paying the outstanding balance on a 2013 Lamborghini Aventador and a 2014 Bentley Mulsanne.
Tyga got into a lawsuit because of a luxury car #TO EXCLUDE, TO EXPEL https://t.co/pqfWSeGVqC
– Explosion (@TheBlastNews) January 10, 2023
“Taste” rapper reportedly owes car companies millions of dollars
According to legal documents obtained by the outlet, Choice Motors Credit is asking the rapper to pay the full balance for both vehicles. Tyga is said to owe more than six figures in the initial payments. And the company also wants the interest incurred on both vehicles to be paid as well.
For the 2013 Lamborghini Aventador, the price to pay is $ 390,000. But when the interest is added in, the payout rises to $1,085,421.63. For the 2014 Bentley Mulsanne, the amount to be paid is $255,950.52. But the store did not disclose additional returns.
Based on explosionTyga is said to owe the company a total of $1,345,265.52.
Tyga has a reported history of “car incidents” and alleged non-payment
According to the source, Tyga had a similar problem in 2021, when both his Ferrari and Rolls Royce were taken away after “failing to pay”. This lawsuit was filed by Midway Rent A Car. And the company alleges that the rapper owed “a total of $127,789.73 for luxury cars he rented from them in 2015.”
Additionally, Tyga also ran into problems with staging company Showroom Interiors in 2021. The company alleges that it provided “design, decoration, delivery, installation and rental of furniture as well as furniture.” as other goods” for artists. And two years later, still unpaid.
According to the contract, Tyga had prepared the staging for her home in Los Angeles. And the total bill for the four-bedroom space is said to top $84,000.
$5k installation fee, $10k deposit plus $69k furniture rental for 6 months.
explosion reported that Tyga refused to meet the amount. And Showroom Interiors took legal action, demanding an additional $27,000 in profits.
Tyga, allegedly, also faced a problem with a previous landlord
Based on VIBERATIONrapper “Rack City” was also sued by a former landlord in 2018. The landlord accused the rapper of “littering his place and not paying rent for more than a year.”
Roommates, what do you think of Tyga’s alleged financial troubles?