Tyga Accused Of Owing Ex-Business Partner $2 million
Yohance Kyles (@HUEYmixwitRILEY)
(AllHipHop News) Tyga is once again in the headlines for supposedly owing someone money. According to TMZ, the rapper's former business partner is suing for $2 million from the Last Kings t-shirt company.
The website reports:
The biz partner, Chuon Guen Lee, was already awarded the millions in a lawsuit he filed against Tyga, but -- plot twist -- he can't get a dime out of the rapper. According to new docs, obtained by TMZ, Tyga's set up several new companies he's using to hide his profits from the t-shirt biz.
Tyga has been involved in other suits over jewelry, property, live performances, and a fan's medical bills. Last year, the "Rack City" rhymer was blasted by his “I Love Girls” collaborator Pleasure P.
"Me and him did a song together. He just wasn’t honorable to his word when it was time to really do things to push the record or to do the video," said P about Tyga. "I ain’t trying to sound bitter. But business is business. If I’m a man and I’m going to give you my word when it comes to business, then that’s all I have. Why waste somebody’s time?”