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Rapper Pays Part of $280,000 Debt to Jeweler

And he’s agreed to pay the remainder.

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Rapper Tyga has paid some of the $280,000 debt he owes to jeweler Jason Arasheben of jewelry line Jason of Beverly Hills, People magazine reports.

And he’s agreed to pay the remainder by Nov. 17.

Tyga owes the jeweler for a diamond-encrusted gold chain and Dunamis Pantheon watch, with the debt dating to 2013. Arasheben sued Tyga, who is dating reality TV personality Kylie Jenner, over the debt.

Danny Abir, attorney for Arasheben, said: “Our client is gratified that, notwithstanding a significant delay, Tyga is finally making good on his obligation.”

Entertainment Tonight reports that the amount paid by Tyga so far is $100,000.

Tyga had recently participated in a debtor’s examination, and Jenner had been called to testify regarding “the source of funds used for gifts that the rapper has given her,” according to People. If Tyga pays off the remaining amount, Jenner won’t have to testify.

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