Tyga Accused Of Stealing Concept For Last Kings Clothing Line

By Staff  |  07/14/2015


Tyga is being sued for allegedly jacking the concept for his Last Kings clothing company.

According to court docs obtained by TMZ, the rapper and Chuon Guen Lee formed the clothing line in January 2013, with the promise that he'd heavily promote the line and get it on store shelves, such as the chain, Tilly's.

However, Lee claims Tyga didn't live up to his end of the bargain and left with more than half a mil in merch. After, she says he started another company with another partner, and named it, Egypt Kings.

Lee is now suing Tyga and his new partner for $1.6 mil, plus damages.

Tyga has not commented on the lawsuit.