Tyga's landlord recently filed a lawsuit and threatened eviction if he doesn't pay two months of back rent for his Calabasas, CA mansion. But Tyga is saying he is not a renter, but an owner of the house in question.

Tyga claims he made a $200,000 down payment on the home a year ago and was given permission to move in during escrow, reports TMZ. He said that the landlord never provided his bank with the requisite info needed for the loan to process, thus the escrow period didn't end when it was supposed to.

"We evidently live in a world where a man's word is no longer your bond," said Lee Hutton, Tyga's attorney.