Sources relayed the very convoluted story to TMZ explaining that a guy had leased the Ferrari, but the car is so rare, he could only get the vehicle if he bought another car from the dealership that wouldn't be available for six months.
The unnamed man struck a deal with Tyga, who agreed to take the Ferrari and pay the lease until the other car became available, and then he would return it.
Things got more complicated when the guy who leased the car relied on someone else, who then relied on someone else, to make the down payment - but the cheque bounced.
The Ferrari dealership then pressured Tyga's lease-signing pal, who then demanded the down payment from the 26-year-old star.
Though the rapper paid up, the money never made it to the dealership.