Tyga Facing $1.6 Million Lawsuit Over Clothing Line

Tyga’s rough summer continues. The West Coast rapper has had to deal with low album sales, a transgender sext controversy, and now he is being sued again.

(AllHipHop News)

According to TMZ, Chuon Guen Lee filed a lawsuit against Tyga. Chuon claims she teamed with Tyga to create the Last Kings clothing line in 2013. The YMCMB artist allegedly agreed to promote the brand and get in stocked in Tilly’s.

According to the suit, Tyga did not hold up his end of the agreement, and he took $500,000 worth of apparel. The “Ayo” rhymer then launched another clothing company named Egypt Kings. Chuon is seeking $1.6 million and additional damages from Tyga and his Egypt Kings partner.

A representative for Tyga disputes Lee’s accusations, telling TMZ, “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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