THE GOVERNMENT WILL SEIZE HIS HOME AND RIDES IF T.I. DOESN’T PAY UP.
Posts Tagged: IRS
THE CASH MONEY CEO FINALLY PAID UP
HOPE SOLANGE’S HOLIDAY’S WERE A LOT BETTER THAN RECEIVING THIS NEWS.
THE QUEEN BEE IS HAVING SOME TAX TROUBLES
BUSTA RHYMES OWES THE IRS OVER $780,000 IN BACK TAXES
HAMMER COULD BE FACING MORE FINANCIAL TROUBLE; THE IRS WANTS ANOTHER $1.4 MIL
LIL WAYNE OWES THE IRS OVER $12 MILLION FOR NOT PAYING HIS TAXES FOR TWO YEARS
THE IRS IS NOT DONE WITH MC HAMMER; HE SAYS HE’S GOT RECEIPTS
(AllHipHop News) Financial troubles continue to plague executive Damon Dash, who was recently hit with a $2.8 million tax bill. According to TMZ.com, the former Roc-A-Fella Records CEO owes for the years 2005 and 2011. Damon Dash is accused of failing to pay the IRS $2,614,918.10 in 2005, while 2011 shows that he owed $187,544.20…. Read more »
(AllHipHop News) Even with a national scandal consuming the I.R.S. over the last week, the government agency still continued its pursuit of missing taxes from high-profile citizens. The latest celebrity to have to face the tax man is the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul, Mary J. Blige. According to TMZ, Blige is being accused of not paying all… Read more »
LAURYN HILL IS HEADING TO PRISON OVER HER PAST DUE TAXES!!
Lauryn Hill Pays Tax Debt Early Without Money From Record Sales
LAURYN HILL WRITES LONG, OPEN LETTER ABOUT HER SITUATION!
(AllHipHop News) Whether Snoop Dogg is a Lion, Rastafarian or reincarnated, he is still Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr. to the Internal Revenue Service. On February 8th, the IRS hit Snoop D-O-double-G with a tax lien claiming the rapper owes $546,270.29 in unpaid back taxes according to documents obtained by TMZ. [ALSO READ: Snoop Dogg’s “Reincarnated” Explains Evolution of Snoop… Read more »
I don’t know if you know, but the IRS has probably succeeded the NYPD as the biggest gang in America – in my opinion. They even have a rap division like the NYPD! I am hearing they are now all over Flo Ridah. Since I am broke, I think these are rich people problems that… Read more »