A judge has ruled against Young Money artist Tyga in a case regarding the use of his accountant's credit card. The rapper will have to dish out over $16,000 to Robert Seltzer who says he allowed Tyga to use his credit card while touring, according to TMZ.
Seltzer says he and Tyga came to a verbal agreement in 2011 to allow the YMCMB rap artist to charge food, hotel, and transportation to his card while he was on tour. Tyga was to repay the money in increments at the end of each month.
It was reported that Tyga never repaid Robert Seltzer after running up just under $14,000 on the credit card. Seltzer ultimately sued Tyga for the total amount of money owed plus interest, but Tyga failed to appear in court and the judge presiding over the case issued a default judgment in favor of the accountant, ordering the rapper to $16,801.67, according to TMZ.