- Music popstar Tyga is being sued for failing to pay his rent and damaging the home he lived in for close to a year
- According to reports, the landlord said he tried to settle the dispute with Tyga through mediation in May but he was not willing to engage
- He is now suing for a breach of contract and id demanding $32k damages
American rapper, Micheal Ray Stevenson, alias Tyga, has found himself on the wrong side with his landlord.
The music star was sued for failing to pay his rent and damaging the home he lived in for about a year.
According to court documents obtained by TMZ, the landlord claimed the rapper owes him $32,000 unpaid rent, $28,000 for damages to the floor, $15,500 for the marble floors and counters and about $200,000 for the wallpaper and murals.
The landlord also claimed that the music star installed a basketball hoop in the driveway causing damages and changed the house locks without his authorisation.
According to a report by Page Six, the landlord said he tried to settle the dispute with Tyga through mediation in May but he was not willing to engage.
He is now suing for a breach of contract and is demanding $200,000 in damages.
In other news, Briefly.co.za previously reported Kylie Jenner was spotted visiting her ex-lover Tyga at 3am after rumours of her and Travis Scott taking a break from their relationship hit the airwaves.
Kylie and Tyga’s relationship became known to the public in 2014 and lasted roughly three years. It was not a relationship many were expecting to fail, especially after their baby girl arrived.
Kylie was seen leaving a West Hollywood bar called Delilah at 2am with her friends Stassi and Kelsey. The girls were then spotted at the Sunset Marquis Hotel, where Kylie’s ex, Tyga, was busy in the recording studio.
Tyga and Kylie were seen leaving the hotel at around 3am in separate vehicles. An insider told Daily Mail that Travis and Kylie have always kept in touch, but that “nothing romantic is going on”.
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