In among his poor album sales, rumors of infidelity with a transsexual adult star—that also led to the FBI getting involved—as well as reports of unpaid rent, the past few months in Tyga’s highly-documented life have been a whirlwind to say the least. And, as if all that wasn’t enough, it now looks as though there’s more trouble on the horizon.
According to TMZ, Tyga is being sued for overclubbing in Las Vegas.
Citing legal documents, the publication reports that the Young Money rapper signed a contract with promoter Z Entertainment last summer to perform at Body English for $25,000. Reportedly, there was a radius clause inked into the contract stating that Tyga was not allowed to perform anywhere else in Vegas a week before or a month after the concert.
Z Entertainment claims that Tyga jumped onstage at another Las Vegas venue the night before his scheduled appearance at Body English, thus breaking the contract. In addition, the promoter claims that Tyga was a no-show at a gig they’d booked him at in Santa Monica, Calif. last November.
TMZ reports that Z Entertainment wants Tyga to payout over $100,000 in damages.
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