Tyga’s Flagship Last Kings Store in Los Angeles Gets Burglarized
Tyga's flagship Last Kings clothing store in Los Angeles was recently broken into and burglarized.
The incident took place either late last night (Dec. 1), or early this morning, with TMZ reporting that the burglars were able to force their way into the store and make off with various articles of clothing.
The theft was discovered when an employee arrived at the store to open for business on Saturday (Dec. 2). The police were alerted to the scene and are still combing over clues in search of a suspect.
While being a money maker, the clothing industry has been a thorn in T. Raww's side at times. Back in 2015, the rapper was sued over the Last Kings label by former business partner, Chuon Guen Lee, who alleged the Cali native didn't hold up the promotional ends of their agreement. She sought $1.6 million in restitution, plus damages. Lee ended up winning out, and the price tag the rapper was on the hook for increased to $2.1 million earlier this year.
In March 2016, it was reported that the landlord of his Egypt Last Kings clothing store on Melrose Ave., in the Fairfax area of Los Angeles was suing the rapper for allegedly trashing the suit he was renting.
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