Posted by , Jul 14, 2015 at 04:19pm
Tyga is facing a new lawsuit from a former business partner.

Tyga is in the news once more today, and once again, it's not on a positive note. The rapper, who recently dropped The Gold Album for free on Spotify enraging Birdman, is now being sued by his former business partner.

According to the documents filed, Chuon Guen Lee states that she formed the clothing line, Last Kings, with Tyga in January 2013. She says T-Raww promised to promote it heavily and get it inside popular chains like Tilly's. However, none of that happened, instead she claims that Tyga ran off with half a million in merchandise and started another company, with another partner, Egypt Kings. Guen Lee is now suing Tyga and his new partner for $1.6 million.

A rep for Tyga has since responded to these allegations, stating, "These, like other allegations, are completely false. This was a business relationship that went sour and was ended last year. We learned of the complaint via TMZ and are aware that individuals will continue to attempt to cash in on Tyga's success."  

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Tyga Is Being Sued By Former Last Kings Collaborator

Tyga is facing a new lawsuit from a former business partner.


Tyga is in the news once more today, and once again, it's not on a positive note. The rapper, who recently dropped The Gold Album for free on Spotify enraging Birdman, is now being sued by his former business partner.

According to the documents filed, Chuon Guen Lee states that she formed the clothing line, Last Kings, with Tyga in January 2013. She says T-Raww promised to promote it heavily and get it inside popular chains like Tilly's. However, none of that happened, instead she claims that Tyga ran off with half a million in merchandise and started another company, with another partner, Egypt Kings. Guen Lee is now suing Tyga and his new partner for $1.6 million.

A rep for Tyga has since responded to these allegations, stating, "These, like other allegations, are completely false. This was a business relationship that went sour and was ended last year. We learned of the complaint via TMZ and are aware that individuals will continue to attempt to cash in on Tyga's success."  

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