Another rapper, another tax lien. Master P is the latest emcee to be hit by the IRS with with a massive tax bill. Master P's unpaid taxes date way back to 1999 and 2000.
TMZ reports that the California native didn't pay his taxes during those two years, and owes the IRS a sum $237,027.41.
As reported by Complex, C-Murder was released from prison yesterday afternoon in order to attend his grandmother's funeral. For those unfamiliar, the New Orleans emcee is currently serving life for murder at the Angola State Penitentiary in Louisiana.
Last week Master P celebrated his birthday, and on the day of, he went out for lunch with his son Romeo. Unbeknownst to him, a flash mob had been planned by his friends, and the crew of flash mobbers broke out in dance right in front of where P was eating lunch.
When surprising Master P for his birthday, fans should take note the rapper will not be pleased with a flash mob. A group of flash-mobbers found this out the hard way, when they surprised P on his birthday at the restaurant he was dining at with his son Romeo.
Master P is back. The No Limit mogul took an extended hiatus, but his recent collaboration with Alley Boy and Fat Trel, Louie V Mob, as well as his solo mixtape "Al Capone" now find the legend re-energized.
Master P dropped off a new mixtape recently, Al Capone, and featured on it was his single "Brick To A Million." The single raised a few eyebrows, as many took it as a Lil Wayne and Kanye West diss. Master P kicks off the song with "New niggas wearin’ dresses – fuck it, I ain’t scared to address it/Gangs