Tyga Reportedly Owes $200Okay To Canadian Marketing Company

Over the years, Tyga’s music profession was shadowed by his connection to the Kardashian-Jenner clan and his monetary troubles. Although he made a serious comeback in his music profession after taking on the summer time with the Offset-assisted, “Taste,” the rapper remains to be being chased for cash that he allegedly owes. Now, a Canadian social media advertising firm goes after Tyga for $200Okay.

Canadian advertising firm, Providr. Inc, are chasing down Tyga for $200Okay, The Blast stories. The firm claims they made an settlement with Tyga again in 2015 to make use of his Facebook web page to be able to draw in additional on-line person exercise for advertising and commercial functions. The firm needed to make use of Tyga’s account to create extra traction for his or her shoppers and to assist promote merchandise. 

Tyga reportedly landed a $200Okay money advance from the corporate. However, the rapper did not comply with by means of together with his settlement with the corporate and failed to offer them with full entry to his social media priles. Providr. accused Tyga breaching their contract after which sued him for the money advance.

Although Providr gained a default judgment $145,070.94, they want the state California to acknowledge the judgment to be able to get the cash within the U.S.

Unfortunately, this is not the one cash he is being chased after. Earlier this yr, promoters in Dubai sued Tyga for $1.4M for allegedly bailing on a celebration he was booked for.