It seems to have finally dawned on Tyga, ignoring a court judgment that resulted in a warrant for his arrest wasn’t the smartest thing, because he just cut a check to his former landlord. As was previously reported, Tyga’s former landlord got a $480,000 judgment for back rent and damage to the Malibu rental. According to TMZ, Tyga’s attorney and the landlord’s law firm, Abir, Cohen, Treyzon and Salo, just settled the case.
The settlement is for less than the $480,000, but no one is saying how much exactly he is paying. There’s also a long line of Tyga’s creditors who haven’t gotten paid a dime, so the former landlord is ahead of the game. As for the warrant, Tyga’s lawyer will go to court Friday and ask the judge to withdraw it because the case settled. The judge can however, refuse the request because the real issue is that he blew off the court date, not settling with the landlord.