Tyga Slaps With $2M Lawsuit
Lee says his former business partner is raking in roughly $450K a month and is looking for the court to grant him access to Tyga's full accounting
Tyga made news last week after insinuating that he’s the father of Kylie Jenner’s child. This made waves of course due to the high profile relationship and eventual breakup between the LA rapper and the youngest of the Kardashian/Jenner clan.
However, Tyga has bigger fish to fry now that he’s being sued by his former business partner, Chuon Guen Lee, who teamed up with Tyga to launch the t-shirt company, Last Kings.
According to TMZ, Lee is suing Tyga because he believes Tyga has set up several companies in an attempt to shield the extent of his profits in an effort to avoid paying Lee from a previous lawsuit.
Lee says his former business partner is raking in roughly $450K a month and is looking for the court to grant him access to Tyga’s full accounting in order to halt the transfer of money to his other companies.