Thankfully for Tyga, it appears it won’t be long before this case is settled. His attorney told the judge that the rapper has paid $100,000 plus interest to Arasheben, and that he plans to pay off the remainder by Nov. 17.
This is great news for Tyga, as his financial troubles have been well-documented for quite some time. He previously made headlines after his Maybach and Ferarri were repossessed after he failed to make the monthly payments. Prior to that, Tyga was sued by a former landlord for unpaid rent and compensation for alleged vandalism.