Tyga allegedly could not continue with his hearing with a celeb jeweler after being asked about gifts he bought Kylie.
Tyga is currently going through the motions of fighting a lawsuit from celebrity jeweler, Jason of Bevery, Hills who claims the rapper owes him $200,000. The money owed is said to be tied to a Cuban link chain the rapper borrowed but never returned to the jeweler, and a diamond watch he commissioned but never paid for.
According to TMZ, Tyga attended a hearing tied to the case Tuesday morning where he was asked about his earnings and the like by Jason’s lawyer. The report then suggests that Tyga was asked about a few purchases he made for his girlfriend Kylie Jenner, which she has been posting on her Instagram. At this point, the rapper allegedly began to feel “extremely ill, lost memory and became confused,” which brought a halt to the hearing.
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Kylie’s IG claims that Tyga bought her a Mercedes among other gifts. The hearing will now take place on Novemeber 1st, at which point Kylie will also be coming in for interview.