Rapper and boyfriend of Kylie Jenner, Michael Ray Stevenson, popularly known as Tyga, could lose his Lamborghini Aventador to Choice Motor Credit over a $350,000 debt. The Rack City crooner is said to have skipped payments on the automobile. He has also reportedly had his 2014 Bentley Mulsanne seized and sold to another customer over his failure to complete payment for the car. Tyga is also said to be owing $91,000 on his 2013 Mercedes Benz G-wagon car and is in trouble with another repossession company. The Mercedes is believed to be the same one he had given to then fiancee, Blac Chyna, before it was recently seen with Kylie last August. She has since been listed as his girlfriend and her home noted as a place to repossess the vehicle if need be.
However, though they have been trying since last month, they reportedly have not been able to retrieve it since it is parked at Kylie’s house, which has two security gates.
This is not the first time Tyga has had financial woes, as the star was previously slapped with tax liens totaling $120,000 and has faced eviction due to non-payment of rent, Daily Mail reports. It has previously been estimated that Tyga has been renting the property, which sits in the Hollywood Hills above the Sunset Strip, for $17,000 a month, but DuJour magazine claimed the star was in fact forking out $40,000 a month after a recent interview at the house. It seems that Tyga’s landlord is hoping to get someone else in and the rapper out as soon as possible, as DailyMail.com revealed that the property was available for rent on Airbnb, at $2495 a night.
And this isn’t the first time Tyga has had an issue with a landlord, as last August TMZ reported that he was ordered to pay $70,000 to the owner of his former Calabasas property following a dispute over rent payments. The judge ruled against the star after he failed to appear in court, although he had claimed that he was trying to buy the house.
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