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Young Money rapper Tyga opened his flagship store, Last Kings, this past weekend on Melrose in Los Angeles.
The store features pricey decorations like an Egyptian-made tomb worth $20,000, reports TMZ. The rapper also spent $100,000 to have the store’s ceilings painted like the Sistine Chapel and even went so far as to have sand imported from Egypt.
Many stars came out to the opening to support the "Rack City" rapper. A few who attended were Kendall & Kylie Jenner, Keke Palmer, Wiz Khalifa, NBA star Rajon Rondo and DeSean Jackson, reports Hip Hop Wired.
According to Bossip, Tyga describes the Last Kings line as a combination of luxury and affordable street gear.
Surrounded by hip-hop heavy weights like Nicki Minaj and Drake, Tyga is making quite the name for himself in the business world. He not only has the Last Kings clothing line but a shoe deal with Reebok as well as a watch line. Forbes took notice and placed him on their Hip-Hop Cash Princes this year.
Tyga is currently working on his new album titled The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty.
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