Tyga's financial issues reached a low point on Tuesday.

The rapper and his girlfriend Kylie Jenner had stopped at a Bentley dealership in Calabasas, but while they were looking at new cars, his old car was being repossessed.

After reportedly missing a couple payments on the Ferrari's lease, the lessor decided to repossess the vehicle, sending a repo man with a spare key to pick up the car while Kylie and Tyga shopped, TMZ reports. Luckily the pair had friends who were able to come and pick them up.

Meanwhile, this is just the icing on the cake for Tyga and his finances lately.

Last week, he was forced to pay a landlord $186,000, just weeks after reaching a different settlement with another property owner.

E! News can confirm the rapper was slapped with the six-figure bill from F&S Investment Property after renting out a Los Angeles home used to run his side business, Egypt Last Kings Clothing.

Attorneys for the property filed court documents, obtained by E! News, alleging that Tyga breached the lease by "failing to pay rent and other amounts due" (similar to his Ferrari situation) when he abandoned the premises without notice in June 2015. When the house was inspected, documents allege that the premises was left in "gross disrepair, utility bills unpaid and hazardous environmental waste that required professional clean-up."

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The damages ultimately totaled more than $131,000 with attorney fees surpassing $37,000 for a final judgment of $186,275.89, the documents revealed.

The news came less than two weeks after the rapper and his legal camp were able to reach a settlement with another landlord in an eviction case.

According to court documents, the rapper had agreed to pay $16,000 per month at a Hollywood home, but three months after moving in, he allegedly stopped paying rent.

Once he was evicted from the property, the landlord discovered that Tyga had inflicted major damages on the home, including tearing off the automatic gate opener and damaging bathroom tiles. The cost of the damages came out to around $480,000.

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