Tyga Facing Eviction Again
Rapper Tyga is reportedly facing eviction for the second time in less than a year. The “Rack City” star, real name Michael Nguyen-Stevenson, was sued by his former landlord in May for allegedly racking up unpaid bills, totaling $90,000, attached to his rented home in Calabasas, California, in 2010.
Tyga previously denied the claims, but reached a $80,000 settlement with the property owner in June. However, the hip-hop star alleged he was actually in the process of buying the home and had placed a $200,000 down payment on the property, and sued the landlord for breach of contract in August. Now the 26-year-old is reportedly facing another eviction notice after falling behind on rent payments for his Hollywood Hills house. According to the New York Post, Tyga has been living in the $4.8 million house, which rents for $17,000-a-month, since December.