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Tyga In Hot Water, And May Need To Pay Up $200K

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Tyga has already been in the media for more negative than positive. In this unfortunate case, it’s more negative.

The LA native has been known for financial troubles throughout the years. Despite having some solid hits, Tyga seemingly has the worse of luck even with his hit single “Taste”.

At the moment a Canadian social media marketing company is looking to collect $200K from the rapper. The Blast reports that back in 215 the marketing company provided Tyga with a $200K advance.

After failing to follow through on his end to allowing full access to his social profile, Tyga breached the end of his contract. The Canadian company won a default judgment of $145.070.94, but they still need California to recognize the judgment to properly collect

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