Rapper Tyga sued over borrowed gems
Rapper Tyga is facing legal action over two pricey pieces of jewellery.
The Rack City hitmaker has been hit with a lawsuit from California firm Jason of Beverly Hills over a $63,000 (£42,000) diamond Cuban link chain he reportedly borrowed last December (12) but allegedly did not return.
Tyga, real name Michael Nguyen-Stevenson, is also accused of failing to pay $28,275 (£18,850) for a diamond pantheon watch.
According to TMZ.com, Tyga is being sued for the cost of both items as well as late fees, amounting to $185,306 (£123,537).
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