$90,000 judgment against him and in favor of a former landlord. A little over five years ago, the plaintiff alleges, a Calabasas home in which Tyga was living, well, racked up more than $100,000 in unpaid fees. The judgment, first served to Tyga while the rapper was promoting a sneaker launch, was first covered by TMZ. Today (May 4), he lashed out on his social media platforms:


Though Tyga feels TMZ's actions were malicious, it remains to be seen if he will be successful in having the judgment overturned. Stay tuned to 
XXL for further details on the case as they become available.