​Tyga Ordered To Pay Millions In Settlement To Former Managers

AllHipHop Staff

Tyga came out on the losing end of a lawsuit and has been ordered to pay his former managers.

(AllHipHop News) Rapper Tyga has reportedly reached a settlement in his lawsuit with his former managers.

Representatives at C&J Management sued the "Rack City" hitmaker in 2015, claiming they were instrumental in helping to turn the hip-hop star "from a relative nobody to a world known superstar," but they were dumped in 2013 after introducing Tyga to label bosses at Cash Money Records, where he found fame.

They were seeking $4 million, but the 27-year-old has reportedly agreed to pay up $1.5 million.

According to TMZ, Tyga is able to pay the settlement in installments and he must pay $250,000 within 10 days of signing the agreement.

He is then responsible for four payments of $137,500 each.

The final payment of $700,000 is due on June 1 2019.

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I don't mess with his music, but generally the managers rip-off the artists. The managers get their hands on the money first.


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