FUNNY FUNDS: Tyga accused of hiding $2 Million from Last Kings ex-business partner


A game of monetary Hide & Go Seek for Kylie Jenner’s once-upon-a-time boo thang, Tyga, has turned into a far more serious round of Hide my money & I’ll sue the burnt-tips off your cornrow ends… As the “Hookah” rhymer’s ex-business partner is accusing the rapper of messily moving around the more than $2 million he owes him for his Last Kings t-shirt company.

Money woes seem to be coming more and more synonymous with the 27-year-old Fan Of A Fan creator as his former biz associate, Chuon Guen Lee—who was already awarded the millions in a 2016 lawsuit he filed against Tyga, where he claimed the father of one jacked his idea for Last Kings—is accusing him of setting up several new companies in order to hide his profits from the t-shirt brand.

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Per legal documents, obtained by TMZ, Chuon claims T-Raww is enjoying an income of approximately $450k/ a month via LKs, and believe’s the Cali bred emcee’s sole reason for staring a bunch of new companies was to block his efforts to collect the money he’s owed.

Tyga’s ex-partner is suing to get a full accounting of the “Make It Nasty” lyricist’s revenues, from all the companies, and void the transfer of money to them.




By : Asia Grace

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