Tyga is facing more legal trouble as the rapper is once again accused of failing to pay his bills.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, a company called Profusion Productions is suing Tyga and his companies Tyga Music and Last King Ventures. The suit accuses the defendants of breach of contract and fraud.
Profusion is a company that provides production management and stage management services to artists. They handle everything from coordinating shipping for international air freight, trucking logistics, budgets, local ordinance and permit compliance and well as day-of-performance tasks on-site.
The suit says Tyga planned to perform a series of concerts in the United States and in Europe during the Summer of 2019. He was set to take the stage in the United Kingdom, Germany, Portugal, Croatia, Russia, and Switzerland.
Profusion says Tyga hired them to work on the tour. They started working on the project in June 2019.
The company says they even met personally with Tyga to go over the plan. However, weeks later the rapper called off the entire tour. Profusion says they submitted an invoice for their work but Tyga has refused to pay up.
The docs accuse the rapper of fraudulent misrepresentation. “Plaintiff is informed and believes that Tyga and the Tyga Entities” engage in a pattern and practice of engaging vendors for goods and services with no intention of paying.”
Profusion is seeking unspecified damages plus interest.
In the suit, Profusion starts by explaining Tyga and his companies are one and the same. They claim the entitles are “a mere shell” for the rapper to use.
They claim he has transferred assets around without reason, has used his companies to make extravagant personal expenses which have nothing to do with the business and have generally failed to keep the businesses separate from his personal finances.
Tyga is also still paying off a settlement stemming from a lawsuit over his repossessed Ferrari and Rolls Royce. The company he owes money to recently told the court they are giving Tyga an additional year to pay off the balance due to his recent "financial hardships."