Remember back six or seven years ago when Tyga would constantly make the news for not paying people what he owed them?
Landlords, business partners, clothing stores video vixens and car dealers, all had to sue T-Raww to try to get their money.
One of the suits is coming due and it's a big number.
Choice Motors Credit won a default judgment from Tyga in 2016 which required the rapper to pay them the $390,000 he owed on a 2013 Lamborghini Aventador and the $91,000 he owed for a 2014 Bentley Mulsanne.
But he didn't.
So now he owes Choice $1.3 million, with interest.
According to Radar Online, Choice is currently trying to get that seven-figure sum from the 33-year old.
Good luck with that. As long as the U.S. doesn't have debtor prisons Tyga's probably not going to pay.