According to TMZ, Tyga was a no-show in court on August 9, 2016 where he was to answer about his finances after stiffing his former landlord on a $480,000 judgement. The rapper fell behind on rent for a Malibu home a few years ago and was eventually ordered to pay up when a judge ruled in the landlord’s favor. However, he never forked over the cash and the landlord wants to know why.
Attorneys for the landlord were in court on Tuesday where they expressed their client’s frustration after seeing headlines that Tyga bought girlfriend Kylie Jenner a $200,000 Maybach for her birthday instead of paying him. He calls it a fraudulent transfer of assets that should go toward satisfying the $480,000 judgement he was awarded. The judge sided with the landlord and issued a warrant for Tyga’s arrest.
Over the years Tyga’s assets have been a mystery. He’s had several cars repoed, been evicted from a number of multi-million dollar rentals, but still appears to spend and live lavishly. Most recently he rented out a mansion for $46k a month.