Tyga’s Instagram handle is “kinggoldchains“, but it sounds like he might want to think about changing that to “kingunpaidgoldchains.” TMZ says a jeweler named Jason of Beverly Hills is coming for the prince of financial delinquency. According to Jason of Beverly Hills, Tyga owes $200,000 for a gaudy diamond-encrusted watch and gold chain (seen above) that he got back in 2013. Congratulations Tyga, you may now add “jewelry” to the list of expensive crap you can’t pay for.
After waiting patiently for several years for Tyga to pay them back, Jason of Beverly Hills went to court and got a $200,000 judgement against Tyga. Ha! Stupid Jason of Beverly Hills, thinking that a judgement would magically make it possible for Tyga to write a check without it making a loud boi-oi-oing sound. Even after getting a judgement for the money, Jason of Beverly Hills didn’t see any money.
Last weekend, Tyga actually cut a check to a former landlord who chased him down for $480,000 worth of unpaid rent. When Jason of Beverly Hills realized that Tyga was capable of paying people back, they called up the lawyers who represent the landlord in an attempt to get their $200,000. Jason’s lawyers plan to get the money by pointing out Tyga’s spending habits, like dropping $190,000 on a car for his girlfriend. They also plan on “turning up the heat” on Tyga, which I’m going to assume means the threat of another embarrassing arrest warrant.
Honestly, it’s really irresponsible for Tyga to make so many people chase him through the court system for his outstanding debts. You’d think he could save everyone some time by working out an automatic payment system with his teenage ATM. For instance, every morning when they wake up, Tyga could give Kylie a comprehensive list of all the people he owes money to. Kylie would then give the list to her accountant, and it would get paid off. It’s not a perfect solution, but at the very least it would cut down on the number of times I write the words “Tyga owes someone money.”
Here’s Tyga leaving a club last night wearing stuff he can’t afford and driving a car that will probably get repo’d soon.