A judge has entered a default judgment against Tyga after the rapper failed to show in court.

TMZ reports that accountant Robert Seltzer claims that he and Tyga had an oral agreement in 2011 in which the Young Money rapper could use Seltzer’s credit card to charge various expenses monthly while touring, and pay him back at the end of the month.

Apparently, Tyga never paid a sum of up to $13,396, plus interest.

Tyga reportedly paid some of the cash back.

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