Tyga Being Sued By Former Business Partner for $2.1 Million
Tyga is facing more legal trouble and this time it's going to cost him some major bread. The former Cash Money rapper is being sued by a former business associate for $2.1 million.
According to TMZ, Chuon Guen Lee, who claims to have help start Tyga’s clothing label The Last Kings, has asked a judge to assist collecting her $1.9 million judgment she won against the rapper last year. The judgment stems from a 2015 legal case she won against the rapper over her involvement with his clothing line.
Roughly two years have past and Lee has not been able to get in contact with Tyga to get her money. The $1.9 million judgment has now increased to $2,148,411. If the judge agrees to Lee’s request, a sheriff’s deputy could come to pay Tyga a visit.
Reps for Tyga had no comment on the matter.
The “Rack City” rapper has racked up several lawsuits in 2016. Earlier this year, Tyga was hit with a lawsuit by a process server who alleges that the rapper’s crew beat him up when he tried to serve him papers outside of the club.
Hopefully, Tyga can put these legal cases behind him.