Kylie Jenner’s ex-boyfriend Tyga is denying claims made about his home. The 30-year-old rapper is being sued by his landlord for $200,000 for failure to pay lease and damaging a house he lived in for practically a 12 months, in accordance with authorized paperwork obtained by TMZ.
The landlord is claiming Tyga owes him $32,000 in unpaid lease, in accordance with paperwork obtained by TMZ. The landlord can be alleging that the rapper broken the kitchen’s white oak flooring, costing $27,650, broken the the marble flooring and counters, totaling $15,575, and broken partitions with murals and wallpapers, costing $102,160.
Additionally, the owner stated Tyga put in a basketball hoop within the driveway, inflicting extra harm, in accordance with paperwork obtained by TMZ. He additionally claimed the rapper obtained new locks on the home, and one destroyed the entry door. His landlord maintains that Tyga by no means had his permission to make any adjustments or new installations.
The unnamed landlord claimed he tried to settle the dispute earlier this 12 months in May by mediation with the rapper. But Tyga did not need to cope with the matter and did not interact, in accordance with TMZ. The landlord is suing for breach of contract and asking for over $200,000 in damages.
Tyga Is Denying the Claims
After the information in opposition to the rapper grew to become public, Tyga took to social media to show his followers the present state of the home. The rapper posted a sequence of Instagram tales of an empty home. The first video spanned a room the place he zoomed in on the partitions and flooring. He captioned the primary video, “Where the harm,” with a smirky face emoji.
The second video spanned a unique room with no showing harm, captioned, “People gotta cease w the lies.” He added one other video trying over a lounge space with a fire, sink, and cupboards with the caption, “Looks good to me,” with one other smirky face emoji. For the final video, Tyga featured a room with tall home windows overlooking inexperienced hills. He captioned the video, “Don’t play your self.” He added a gif of Mr. Clean with the phrases, “Just say no to medication.”
The “Rack City” rapper additionally took to Twitter and Instagram to disclaim the claims made in opposition to him. Tyga tweeted, “More,” with the baseball cap emoji. The tweet refers back to the phrase, “extra cap,” which suggests, “extra lies.” He additionally tweeted a video of himself hanging out with 5 ladies. He captioned the video, “They stated I am unable to pay my lease…Guess I’ll simply sleep exterior…” with a person and home emoji.
Tyga Has Been Sued Before
While that is the latest event that Tyga has been sued, it is also not his first. In 2016, Tyga was sued by a number of landlords for breach of contract and unpaid lease, much like the present accusations. The rapper was additionally sued by a jeweler in 2013. The two reached a $200,000 settlement after the jeweler claimed he by no means paid for a gold watch and chain, in accordance with Page Six.
During his relationship with Kylie Jenner in 2018, Tyga additionally confronted automobile troubles. His crimson Ferrari was repossessed by a repo man with a spare key in 2016, in accordance with TMZ. At the time, Tyga was buying with Jenner at a dealership for a Bentley for her.
Just a day after Tyga’s Ferrari obtained taken, Jenner made up for it. The Kylie Cosmetics founder purchased her boyfriend on the time a model new Bentley. Jenner confirmed off her present through Snapchat, in accordance with Us Weekly. “So, faux tales got here out at present,” she stated, as recorded by Us Weekly. “The blogs virtually ruined it and stated me and T have been on the Bentley dealership when actually it was solely me. And I needed to misinform T and say, ‘I do not know, T, what the story is. I used to be not at a Bentley dealership.’ But I used to be!”