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Tyga's $2.2 million Maybach car repossessed - report

Published 04/09/2016

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The rapper also had his red Ferrari reclaimed after he missed rental payments last month (Aug16).

Tyga's white $2.2 million (£1.6 million) Maybach was repossessed after he missed numerous payments on the vehicle, it has been claimed.

The 26-year-old's Maybach 62 S Landaulet was towed to a repair shop in Laguna Niguel, California, a few months ago after it broke down, TMZ.com reports.

After the Rack City hitmaker allegedly missed numerous payments on the vehicle, a financing company made efforts to find the vehicle and reclaimed it.

This isn't the first time he's had a car repossessed due to financial issues. On Wednesday (31Aug16), he lost possession of his red Ferrari while checking out Bentleys at a dealership in Calabasas, California.

According to TMZ.com, a man from a repo company entered the car with a spare key and drove off as Tyga had missed the last couple of lease instalments, forcing the couple to find an alternative way home.

However, Kylie later used her Snapchat in an attempt to set the record straight, insisting she was alone at the Bentley dealership because she was looking for a new car to buy her beau. She also denied TMZ's claims Tyga's Ferrari was repossessed. But following Kylie's Snapchat, TMZ hit back insisting their story was true, and they had seen the repossession paperwork.

Tyga recently settled a long-running legal case with former landlord Gholamreza Rezai after a warrant was issued for his arrest in August (16). Tyga had owed Rezai $480,000 (£365,500) in unpaid rent, damages, and compensation for alleged vandalism, and legal fees, relating to a 2012 lawsuit.

That same month (Aug16) Tyga also bought Jenner a $189,000 (£144,000) customised Mercedes Maybach for her birthday.

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