A Judge Has Issued A Bench Warrant For Tyga’s Arrest After He Failed To Show Up For Court

August 9, 2016 / Posted by:

TMZ says that the police in Los Angeles currently have a bench warrant for the immediate arrest of Kylie Jenner’s part-time rapper/full-time broke joke boyfriend Tyga. Of course it has everything to do with money. More specifically, the dumb shit ways Tyga spends it.

The warrant was issued after Tyga failed to show up to court today. That really shouldn’t surprise anyone; Tyga has such a notoriously busy schedule of hanging out with his teenage girlfriend, after all. Tyga was supposed to appear in court to talk about his bank account. One of Tyga’s many disgruntled former landlords recently called up their lawyer after they saw that Tyga had bought Kylie a $190,000 car for her birthday. You see, Tyga rented a home in Malibu a few years ago, and he was ordered by a judge to fork over $480,000 in unpaid rent. That landlord hasn’t been paid back yet.

The landlord didn’t see that new car as a stupid empty gesture to a spoiled millionaire teen like the rest of us did. TMZ says that landlord considered it to be a “fraudulent transfer of assets“, and that the money should have been used to pay back the rent Tyga owes them.

Tyga was supposed to go to court to explain himself, but he was a no-show. That’s when the judge issued a bench warrant and now the police have the authority to arrest Tyga the second they find him.

If the police have trouble finding Tyga, they should start with Kylie. Or rather, her bank kard. Just call up 7th Circle Financial and politely ask for the last three places it was used. Wherever Kylie is spending money, you can be sure he’ll be right there with her.

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