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Jeweler Seeks $200,000 for Chain and Watch From Rapper Tyga

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The $480,000 court judgement for Tyga’s landlord was emboldening.

Tyga’s money woes aren’t over, Hollywood Life reports. According to the article, the rapper owes $200,000 to jeweler Jason Arasheben, of jewelry line Jason of Beverly Hills, for a diamond-encrusted gold chain and Dunamis Pantheon watch. The debt goes back to 2013, but Arasheben was newly motivated by the recent news that a court compelled Tyga to pay $480,000 in back rent and damages to his former landlord. Arasheben renewed his pursuit by hiring the lawyers who represented the landlord.

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