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Tyga's car faces repossession

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Tyga's car faces repossession

Tyga's Lamborghini is in danger of being repossessed.

The 'Rack City' hitmaker reportedly owes Choice Motor Credit $357,350.77 for not making payments on his 2013 Lamborghini Aventador and the company now want to take back the luxury sports car, TMZ reports.

And this isn't the firm's first dealings with the rapper, as CMC also repossessed his 2014 Bentley Mulsanne in February.

Though the firm sold the car, Tyga still owes over $91,000.

This isn't the first money problem the star has encountered recently.

It was previously revealed he had failed to close on the purchase of his new home three times.

The 'Ayo' hitmaker has been in escrow on a $10 million, eight-bedroom property in the Calabasas home close to where girlfriend Kylie Jenner and various members of her family live, but has reportedly come up with excuses every time the deal has been due to complete.

The 26-year-old star had blamed being on the road or not getting paid for not having the cash to finalise the transaction but the news came just a few weeks after Tyga was reprimanded by a judge for not paying a settlement agreed with one of his dancers.

Allison Brown sued the rapper for sexual battery as she claimed she was plied with alcohol and coerced to remove her top during a shoot on one of his music videos and alleged a man on the set groped one of her breasts.

She and Tyga - who was the target of the action because he was in charge - settled for around $50,000 but he only paid half so a judge then ordered him to pay the outstanding $25,000, plus $16,000 in lawyers fees.

In addition, the rapper has an outstanding tax lien of over $19,000 and owes his landlord $70,000 in back rent.