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Rapper Tyga Was Served Legal Papers At His Own LA Gear Shoe Release

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You might know Tyga as the Jar Jar Binks looking dude that’s “not dating” 17-year-old Kylie Jenner. He’s also a “rapper,” although I personally can’t name a single song of his, and regularly dresses like an ass clown.

Apparently, he recently held an event to commemorate the release of his new LA Gear shoe, which is funny because who knew LA Gear still existed? Those were cool when I was 5 years old, and lit up my feet while I ran around Chuck E. Cheese’s. I guess fashion really is cyclical.

Anyway, Tyga was signing boxes of shoes for fans at this event when he was served legal papers by a stealthy process server who waited in line for over two hours, got two boxes of shoes signed, served Tyga, posed for a picture and walked off like it wasn’t a big deal. He really got his money’s worth.

This guy is basically the Michael Jordan of process servers. He guts it out in line for two hours with what I can only assume are some of the shittiest people in the world just so he can serve this pathetic excuse for an artist some legal papers because he owes someone money, so he figures he’ll make it worth his while and cop himself, maybe his son, maybe his nephew or some shit, some presumably overpriced, definitely terrible shoes, and then chunk up the deuce and pose for a photo like it’s no big deal before grabbing his LA Gear boxes and bailing.

Watch the full video from TMZ below where the now legendary process server is interviewed.

[via BuzzFeed]

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Ross Bolen

Ross Bolen is a New York Times Bestselling author, host of the Oysters, Clams & Cockles podcast, host of the Back Door Cover podcast, Rockets, Astros and Texans internet mascot, cheese enchilada aficionado, nap god, 2017 Masters attendee, and Editor-in-Chief of Grandex Media.

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