Mustard accuses his personal shopper of buying $50,000 worth of designer goods using his credit card
Mustard is furious with his former personal shopper, who reportedly used his credit card to purchase luxury pieces worth thousands of dollars.
On Monday night (April 12), the L.A.-bred producer blasted his former personal shopper Karissa Walker on social media for using his credit card to purchase bags, shoes, and other products.
"All of my acquaintances should be aware of this. I'd like to draw everyone's attention to something! @KarissaCWalker is a liar and a cheat!!! She was a personal shopper for me and @ChanelDijon, and we let her use the term "stylest" so she could get more company, but the reality is she did nothing but shop!!!" Mustard used his Instagram Story to express himself.
He also revealed what Walker allegedly purchased with his money. "I found out today that she used my credit cards to spend over $50,000 on herself!!!! Purses, sunglasses, and other accessories I'm hot, and I'm just writing so no one else has to deal with her because she's bad for business!!!! I have all of the receipts to back up my claims... I paid her more than she was worth because I don't mess around with people who do their work. This is fucking insane and completely wrong!!!! "He went on to say more.
Mustard also posted a text exchange between himself and Walker on social media, which contained an alleged receipt for $2,611.58 in one of her transactions. Walker seems to have admitted to her "wrongdoings" and apologized in the text thread.
The personal shopper wrote, "Truly am so srry." "This is something I should've realized a long time ago. I'm sorry for succumbing to the lure of greed."
Mustard went on to claim that the shopper's credit card damage could be worth up to $100,000 as he awaited receipts for other transactions Walker made. She also spent $15,000 at the Louis Vuitton store, according to the "Big Bank" producer.
In another Instagram Story, the California artist revealed that he pays the personal shopper $6,000 a month, or $72,000 per year.
He said, "You just fucked that up for some goddamn Instagram likes."