Its a well known fact that Tyga has encountered some issue with monetary partners previously. Presently, Providr, a Canadian social media organization is returning for a $200,000 advance that was paid to the “Taste” rapper.
Providr claims they entered an arrangement with Tyga in 2015, to coordinate online user movement produced by his Facebook account for use in marketing and advertising. So, they intended to utilize Tyga’s social media activity to create clicks for their customers and advance items.
Evidently, the “Dip” rapper left with the $200K yet neglected to give Providr full access to all his social media handles. They guarantee he ruptured the arrangement, so they sued for the loan, as indicated by The Blast.
Providr Inc. filed to enroll a judgment they won in the Great White North and gained a default judgment of $145,070.94 yet now require the judgment to be perceived in California so they can pursue the rapper lawfully in the states, revealed by The Blast.