When Tyga gave Kylie Jenner a $320,000 ride for her 18th birthday, I wondered what kind of a a--hole would spend that much money on A) a car B) a teenager.
Soon after that, Tyga's ex and baby mama, Blac Chyna, made some comments about him re-gifting a Mercedes to Jenner (which she received prior to her birthday).
The pricey items make no sense when it's been proven that Tyga file for bankruptcy in 2010.
The landlord from whom Tyga rented a Calabasas, CA home sued him for $88,469 in back rent, which - according to Radar Online - he was awarded when Tyga didn't show up for the hearing.
On top of that, Tyga owed $35,000 in interest because he didn't pay on time.
"According to the documents filed in Los Angeles County, Tyga was flat broke at the time of his 2010 filing – he listed his assets at between $0 and $50,000," Radar states.
"His liabilities, on the other hand, were listed at between $100,000 and $500,000."
It gets worse.
HSBC, the bank dealing with the case, was suspicious of Tyga, accusing him of attempting to freeze his bills via a "bogus filing."
HSBC claimed (and had the evidence to back it up) that Tyga had moved his property under other people's names.
Ultimately, the bankruptcy case was dismissed in February 2011 because Tyga was unable to file the required documents.
TLDR; Tyga's debts were not wiped clean, which means he's probably living off Kylie's Lip Kit profits.