Tyga Denies Stiffing Landlord, Says He’s Buying The House
Despite claims by a landlord that Tyga is behind on his rent by two months, the rapper says the eviction lawsuit is bogus.
According to TMZ, the rapper claims he's attempting to buy the home. He says he put down $200,000 on the Calabasas property a year ago, during which the landlord told him he could move in during escrow... without having to pay rent.
However, the landlord denies Tyga's claims, accusing him of being a squatter instead.
His lawyer, Lee Hutton, tells TMZ, "We evidently live in a world where a man's word is no longer your bond."