Rack City: Tyga, according to the reports, a Canadian Social Media Company $200K

HipHop News Posted on November 7, 2018 at 8:48am

Rack City: Tyga, according to the reports, a Canadian Social Media Company $200K

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Toronto, Canada – Tyga often is in trouble financial. If he is being sued by a owner or dealer of luxury cars, there is always someone who seems to have their hands on Tyga in the pockets.

Now, a Canadian social media company is according to reports, after the $200,000 of the Compton-bred rapper's hard-earned money. According to The Explosion of the social media of the company Providr Inc. filed for the registration of a recently-scored trial..focused on the ad {

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In 2015, Providr says they entered into an agreement with Tyga that direct the user's online activity generated by your Facebook account for use in marketing and advertising. He was given a $200,000 cash up front, but allegedly did not give Providr full access to all your social media.

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The company claims that Tyga breached the agreement and sued for the cash advance. A default judgment of $145,070.94 was awarded to Providr, but the company needs the judgment to be recognized in California so that you can legally go after him in the united States.

The 28-year-old is facing other legal problems. Last month, a developer in Abu Dhabi, according to reports, accused Tyga of scales in the performance and subsequently filed a $

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