Rapper Rich the Kid stiffed Manhattan landlord, lawsuit claims

That’s rich, kid.

Rapper Rich the Kid is again being sued for failing to pay a bill — this time it’s his Manhattan landlord who claims the musician owes nearly $41,000 in back rent.

The Queens native, whose given name is Dimitri Roger, has lived in the East Village for 14 months and stopped paying in August, landlord East Village 14 Owner LLC claimed in its Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit.

It’s not the first time the “Plug the Walk” rapper has landed in court over money troubles.

Blueprint Artist Management sued Roger last year, alleging it was owed $3.5 million in fees.

He was reportedly sued for more than $300,000 for rent owed in Los Angeles; and he was accused of not paying Beverly Hills jeweler Peter Marco for more than $230,000 worth of jewelry, TMZ reported.