Tyga has all sorts of legal problems, but none of them have involved violence.
That may be about to change.
The New York Post reports Tyga's touring band beat down two members of the EDM band Cash Cash after a dispute over starting times. The assault took place over the weekend during the Inception at Sea cruise festival, which starts in Miami and ends in the Bahamas.
“Jean Paul Makhlouf suffered a concussion, injured kidney, alongside bruises to his head and body following the scuffle,” a rep for Cash Cash told Page Six on Monday. “One member of Tyga’s touring crew hit Jean Paul in the face following a verbal altercation when Tyga’s crew refused to leave the stage after the promoter called Cash Cash to start their already delayed set. “A Tyga crew member was [caught on video] kicking Jean Paul in the ribs, while another slammed him to the ground, punching and kicking his head and body while on top of him. Samuel Frisch was also shoved during the scene. Cash Cash was unable to perform their set and Jean Paul was also forced to miss their following show to recover from the incident.”Here is a photo of Mahlouf's injuries.
Videos are coming so you can see how barbaric and uncivilized some people can be... pic.twitter.com/6pp4RTT4a8— Cash Cash (@cashcash) March 13, 2016
We are extremely bummed we couldn't play for our fans and were completely disrespected by @tyga and his team. More on this coming soon... — Cash Cash (@cashcash) March 13, 2016
Last night JP was violently physically assaulted by @tyga 's team mins before our set. Thank u to everyone who helped out. JP is recovering.— Cash Cash (@cashcash) March 13, 2016
The band has a history with Tyga, having done production work on his 2008 debut No Introduction.