Tyga served with court papers at sneaker launch

By Drum Digital
02 April 2015

Tyga has been accused of stealing artwork

American rapper Tyga has landed into trouble with the law - he has been ordered to appear in court as a suspect of artwork theft. Bossip reports that the Young Money artist was at a launch for his sneaker line in Hollywood on Wednesday night when a representative of the court waited in line for two hours before he served the rapper. A graphic artist by the name Glennon Marrero has accused Tyga of stealing the Pharaoh design he uses on his line of t-shirts and hats called Last Kings (pictured below)


Marrero claims to have confronted the California-native but he has apparently refused to cough up a cent but has rather countersued, claiming that Marrero had agreed to a 25% stake in the company but soon disappeared and would not return his calls.

The designer's lawsuit has asked for all the profits made from Last Kings.

The court date has been set to June 9 at the L.A Superior Court.

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