Tyga is reported to owe car a car loan company. finds himself at the center of yet another financial mishap this week, yet this time it’s with a car loan company. According to documents obtained by TMZ, the Compton, California rapper owes Choice Motor Credit $357,350.77 for failing to make payments on his 2013 Lamborghini Aventador.
The publication reports that as a result, the company wants to repossess the luxury ride as well as take close to $450,000 from the rapper’s bank account. This isn’t the first time Tyga has had a run-in with the organization, either. Choice Motor Credit claims that they repossessed the rapper’s 2014 Bentley Mulsanne back in February, a car they later sold despite Tyga still owing a reported $91,000 on it.
Unfortunately for Tyga, this isn’t the only financial misfortune the rapper has found himself under in recent times. In March it was reported that a former landlord was suing Tyga over the space he rented for his clothing company, Egypt Last Kings Clothing.