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Tyga's 'overdue rent deadline'

Published 29/06/2015

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Rapper Tyga reportedly has until Monday to repay almost $100,000 of missed rent to his landlord.

Earlier this year TMZ reported the 25-year-old rapper owes his landlord a huge amount of money after missing several rent payments.

Now the gossip site claims he has until Monday to pay up more than $80,000 to the property owner in Calabasas.

With interest, the sum would rise to a massive $124,000, which is what Tyga will allegedly have to cough up if he doesn't settle his debts by Monday.

It's thought the agreement was reached during a hearing last Thursday, where a judge set the deadline.

But missed rent isn't the only thing that's raising eyebrows for Tyga right now. The star is thought to be dating 17-year-old reality princess Kylie Jenner, with many people commenting on the age gap between the two.

The teenager isn't letting the gossip put her off the romance though, taking to Twitter just last week to encourage people to buy her beau's new album.

"LOVE ALWAYS WINS (sic)," she also tweeted recently, presumably to silence any doubters.

According to reports, Kylie is even determined to wed Tyga, whether her mother Kris likes it or not.

"She’s told her mom this is happening with or without her consent, so Kris has no choice but to embrace it,” an insider told RadarOnline.

“They’re looking for a ring and Kylie wants to help Tyga fight for full custody."

Tyga has two-year-old son King Cairo with his ex-girlfriend Blac Chyna, who apparently wants complete custody as Tyga is dating a minor.

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