The “Money Mouf” rapper is being sued over $32,000 in unpaid rent on his Bel-Air mansion. Tyga vacated the $13 million house back in April, after renting it for about a year for $58,000/month.
When he left, he reportedly left the place in shambles. In documents, obtained by TMZ, the landlord claims Tyga left gouges in the kitchen’s white oak floors ($27,650), damaged marble flooring and counters ($15,575), and destroyed walls with murals and wallpaper ($103,160.25).
The landlord also claims Tyga installed a basketball hoop that damaged the driveway and added new locks that destroyed the entry door, all without permission.