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Tyga’s Maybach reportedly repossessed before Ferrari

5 September 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Laguna Niguel, CA, United States (4E) – Tyga's Ferrari was reportedly repossessed due to his inability to pay monthly payments and according to other latest reports, his $2.2 million Maybach was also re-claimed months before.

Tyga’s 2014 Maybach 62 S Laundaulet was reportedly repossessed after it broke down and was taken to a repair shop. The rapper was said to be a few payments behind on the vehicle. The car was said to be in a repair show in Laguna Niguel , California and a financing company pursued the car then took it back.

More on the Ferrari of Tyga , the 26-year-old rapper reportedly missed several payments on the lease just like with his Maybach so the lessor sent a repo man with a spare key so he could pick up the vehicle.

There are no confirmations or denials regarding the repossession of Tyga’s Ferrari and the same goes with the reports about his Maybach .

Last week, days after news broke that Tyga’s Ferrari was repossessed, his girlfriend, 19-year-old Kylie Jenner , took to Snapchat to say that she bought the rapper a new white Bentley. She even talked about how the news reports ruined her surprise because the headlines said that she was out shopping at a Bentley shop with Tyga and that the Ferrari was repossessed in front of her. She shot down the reports and said that she was alone when she was shopping for a Bentley car for her man.

This comes after Tyga recently settled the lawsuit filed against him by a former landlord and a week after he was forced to pay $186,000 by another landlord. The latest payment was said to be from F&S Investment Properties. The property was said to be rented by Tyga for his Egypt Last Kings Clothing business. The complaint claimed that there was breach of lease, breach of guaranties, and waste. A judge ruled in favor of the plaintiff.

The first settlement that Tyga made cost him $480,000.