The rapper and his crew reportedly spray-painted Egyptian patterns everywhere, painted ceiling tiles and left ink stains all over the concrete floor, according to TMZ. In fact, according to the landlord, someone poured tons of ink down the drain, creating “hazardous environmental waste.”
The mess was apparently so bad, a professional crew had to come in and give the whole place a deep cleaning. The landlords claim to have spent $75,000 just to clean up the mess Tyga’s people made.
On Aug. 18, a judge ruled in favor of the plaintiff, F&S Investment Properties, meaning the rapper has to pay up.