On Monday, August 24, a judge ruled that Tyga had stiffed the landlord and should pay up $70,000 in back rent
On Monday, August 24, a judge ruled that Tyga had stiffed the landlord.
Reports say the rapper didn't bother showing up in court despite the $70,000 fine verdict. Sources say the rapper has insisted he's no renter. Neither is he the owner of the house.
Tyga filed a lawsuit last week against his landlord, claiming he has arrangement to buy the property and even plunked down $200,000 as a down payment. He says until that's been sorted out, he's not moving out.
Well, after been slammed a $70K fine over back rent, Tyga might just want to squat with Kylie for a while.