Young Money’s Tyga is reportedly back in hot water with a former landlord who wants him to pay up thousands for leaving a rented space in bad condition.
According to reports, Tyga ditched a rented space he used for his Last Kings clothing line last year but left pricey damage.
So, one day in June 2015, Tyga’s landlord found the place abandoned, and it was a disaster. The doors had been painted black with Egyptian patterns, the ceiling tiles were painted over and there were ink stains around 5,000 feet of concrete flooring. What’s worse … the landlord says someone poured ink down the drain and into the public sewer … an environmental no-no. The landlord claims he spent more than $75,000 to repair the damage. The landlord also wants 5 months of rent. (TMZ)
Back in February, details about Tyga having an additional landlord dispute surfaced online.
Documents obtained exclusively by Page Six show that Tyga’s landlord is attempting to evict him from the Hollywood Hills house where he’s been living. The “Rack City” rapper is listed as the defendant on the papers under his legal name — Michael Ray Stevenson — which mark a key part of eviction process. The unlawful detainer notice was delivered to the residence last weekend. (Page Six)
Reports claimed Tyga packed his bags and moved into the home last December.
Tyga has found a new place to lay his head at night since moving out of Kylie Jenner’s Calabasas mansion, and it’s at this $4.8 million Hollywood Hills party palace! Rumors had been swirling that the financially strapped rapper was trying to secure a place near his barely legal girlfriend’s house but kept falling out of escrow, so it’s a little unclear how he ponied up the cash for this joint but he did! The estimated monthly rent is over $17K! (X17)
Some rumors claimed Tyga’s girlfriend Kylie Jenner‘s mom Kris Jenner sparked the move.
“Kris has never been a huge fan of Tyga, but when rumors that he is broke and using her daughter for fame and money surfaced, she hit the roof. Kris told him he’s a grown man that shouldn’t be living off an 18-year-old, and demanded he find a place of his own ASAP.” (X17)