Tyga abandoned the car at a repair shop.
Midway is suing for $202,739 in damages, since the car was never returned. Tyga originally entered into an agreement to pay $3,998 for 36 months, and then he would have the option to buy the vehicle. He faithfully kept up with his payments, until he didn’t, and racked up $22,739 in past due payments when he left the Rover. Tyga ignored the lawsuit and failed to show up in court, resulting in a judge granting a default judgment to Midway against the rapper for $141k in damages. Adding interest and legal fees, the total grows to $157,152.60. A 2014 Land Rover ATB costs anywhere from $83,300-$184,105, so it looks like Tyga will be paying off that bill after all.