Tyga finds himself at the center of yet another financial mishap this week, yet this time it’s with a car loan company.
The publication reports that as a result, the company wants to repossess the luxury ride as well as take close to $450,000 from the rapper’s bank account.
This isn’t the first time Tyga has had a run-in with the organization, either. Choice Motor Credit claims that they repossessed the rapper’s 2014 Bentley Mulsanne back in February, a car they later sold despite Tyga still owing a reported $91,000 on it.
Unfortunately for Tyga, this isn’t the only financial misfortune the rapper has found himself under in recent times.
In March it was reported that a former landlord was suing Tyga over the space he rented for his clothing company, Egypt Last Kings Clothing.
Prior to that, news leaked in February that Tyga allegedly filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in December of 2010.