Rapper Tyga has been ordered to pay another landlord in a dispute over office space he rented for his streetwear fashion label.
Bosses at F&S Investment Properties launched legal action against the Rack City hitmaker after accusing him of breaking their rental agreement and trashing the space where he based his Egypt Last Kings Clothing company.
The case has since gone to court, and according to TMZ.com, the judge has ruled in the landlord's favour, ordering Tyga to hand over the $186,276 he allegedly owes.
The news comes just two weeks after another Los Angeles judge issued a warrant for Tyga's arrest in a separate case over unpaid rent for his former Malibu, California home.
Tyga was called to court after allegedly failing to comply with a March (16) judgment ordering him to pay his old landlord, Gholamreza Rezai, over $480,000 in unpaid rent, damages, compensation for alleged vandalism, and legal fees, relating to a 2012 lawsuit.
However, the warrant was withdrawn just three days later, after Tyga and his lawyers settled the matter "to the mutual satisfaction of all parties".