Tyga sued for more than $200K in unpaid rent and damages

There’s no Kylie Jenner to get him out of trouble this time.

Tyga is being sued by his landlord for $200,000 for failure to pay rent and damaging the home he lived in for about a year. In legal documents, which were obtained by TMZ, the landlord claims the “Rack City” rapper, 30, owes $32,000 in unpaid rent and another $28,000 for gouges to the white oak flooring, $15,500 for issues with the marble flooring and counters and about $103,000 for the damaged wallpaper and murals.

The landlord also claims Tyga installed a basketball hoop in the driveway, which caused damage, and changed the locks on the house, both without his authorization.

Tyga’s landlord claimed he tried to settle the dispute in May through mediation, but Tyga allegedly wouldn’t engage. Now, he’s suing for breach of contract and is asking for more than $200,000 in damages.

At this point, Tyga could be more well known for his legal issues than his rap career. In 2016 alone, Tyga was sued by various landlords for breach of contract and unpaid rent. He was also sued by Beverly Hills jeweler Jason Arasheben over a $200,000 settlement from 2013 related to a gold watch and chain he never paid for.

Never forget during that same year when the repo man came for his Ferrari while he was shopping for a Bentley with Jenner.

A rep for Tyga didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.

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