9
Feb
2016

(EXCLUSIVE) Lil Wayne Hit With $900K Tax Lien, Brings Tax Debt to Massive $12.8 Million

Written by TJB Writer in Blog
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Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne

theJasmineBRAND.com exclusively reports, Lil Wayne has been hit again by Uncle Sam with a brand new tax lien for nearly $900k in unpaid taxes, which adds onto his already 12 million + debt to the IRS.

The rapper – real name Dwayne Michael Carter – was hit with the federal tax lien by the IRS on February 1st in Florida.

The Department of the Treasury accuses Wayne of failing to pay a total of $868,079.89 in taxes for the year 2014.

The lien wouldn’t be huge financial setback for Wayne – worth an estimated $150 million – if he hadn’t already been hit with tax liens by the IRS for a total of 12.1 million dollars they say he owes them.

Back in 2014, Wayne was hit with a federal tax lien for failing pay $5,843,952 for 2011 and $6,311,132 for 2012 for a total of over 12.1 million dollars in debt to the IRS.

Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne

The Federal Government also filed docs in Florida months after the 12 million lien explaining Wayne had only paid $175,719 amount owed for 201 and still owed 11,979,365.48. They also said they would be coming after his assets and property if the 11,979,365.48 wasn’t paid.

The grand total for Wayne’s entire tax debt to the IRS comes out to $12,847,445.37

The rapper isn’t having a great year with legal issues — filing a $51 million dollar suit against his mentor Birdman over his record contract, losing a lawsuit over a private jet to the tune of 1 million+ which resulted in pricey artwork being seized from his home and numerous other suits brought by music producers accusing him of failing to pay him for their work.

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  • dime

    When are these so called Celebrities going to take Full Responsibility and Seek Advice from a Financial Advisor or Take Financial Classes?…Oh I forgot they are TOO Full of Themselves…#SMH