Tyga Order To Pay $200k Judgement Over His Facebook Account

Tyga's pockets could be $200,000 lighter soon.

(AllHipHop News) Tyga's legal difficulties continue and this time he is the subject of a judgement in Canada.

According to legal filings, the rapper farmed out the monetization of his Facebook account to a company named Providr Inc.

The company claims they entered into an agreement with Tyga to use his Facebook account to market and promote their own content to his 16 million fans.

Providr claims they advanced Tyga $200,000 but he never gave them full access to his Facebook account.

The company won a $145,000 judgement in Canada where they are based, and now they are asking for another judgement, so they can file a case against him in California, where Tyga lives.