2 Chainz has just found himself in a little bit of legal trouble. According to TMZ, the rapper is being sued for skipping out on payments for his Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead.

The site reports Tity Boi originally hired Highline Holdings Group to help him secure the car. They did, and the Atlanta rapper apparently agreed to pay the $262,212 price for the whip. While he did pay most of the bill, TMZ claims he's still got $18,317 left on the tab.

Highline has reportedly contacted the Atlanta rapper about the deal, but Tit, who finished his Pretty Girls Like Trap Music tour last month, has reportedly refused to pay the remainder of his balance, hence Highline's lawsuit. They now want him to pay his balance, plus interest. 2 Chainz has yet to comment.

While this lawsuit is definitely a drag, it shouldn't slow Chainz up too much. Last month, his newest album, Pretty Girls Like Trap Music, went gold, and he's been enjoying more success than ever. If he does, indeed, owe Highline Holdings some dough, he's probably got the dough laying around somewhere.

In other 2 Chainz news, the rapper recently called out President Trump on a new song called "Rope a Dope," a song by Indiana Pacers guard Victor Oladipo. It's a pretty solid joint from an NBA player, and Chainz definitely does his thing.

XXL has reached out to reps for 2 Chainz for comment.

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