In 2015, Tyga was sued for $4 million by his former management company.
C&J Management accused T-Raww of illegally firing them in 2013 — after they introduced him to Cash Money and “turned him from a relative nobody to a world known superstar.”
Tyga has just settled the suit.
According to TMZ, he agreed to pay C&J Management $1.5 million. He’ll have to buck up $250k within 10 days of signing the settlement agreement. Then there are 4 additional installments of $137,500 each, and there’s a final payment due June 1, 2019 of $700,000.
Tyga has a long history of not paying such debts, so good luck to C&J on trying to recover their money.