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Nelly's "Hot In Herre" Sees Spike In Streams As Fans Attempt To Save Him From Tax Debt
Last week it was revealed that Nelly owes a whopping $2 million dollars in back taxes, a debt SPIN estimated would require 287,176,547 streams of "Hot In Herre" to pay off.
Trey Songz Pays The IRS $750,000 In Back Taxes
Trey Songz was recently the unlucky recipient of a tax lien, courtesy of the IRS, after he apparently did not pay taxes in 2013. The IRS reportedly requested he pay them $748,870.08, the taxes owed from the entirety of his 2013 income (you do the math).
Nas Gets Yet Another Tax Lien, This Time For $145,000
Despite his the success of his businesses like Mass Appeal, Nas still has some blind spots financially.
IRS Reportedly Demanding $1.4 Million From MC Hammer
MC Hammer's tax problems continue, even eighteen years after he famously filed for bankruptcy and lost all his master recordings in the process.
Wyclef Jean Reveals Upcoming Album Title & Speaks On Lauryn Hill's Tax Problems
Wyclef Jean recently got back in to the music, releasing his free project April Showers. He's not stopping there though, as that was just a warm-up for his upcoming album.
Fat Joe Explains In-Depth Story Behind Tax Evasion Charges On The Breakfast Club
Fat Joe was recently sentenced to four months in prison for tax evasion. Joe had plead guilty to the charge, after failing to pay his taxes from the years 2007-2008 on an estimated near three million.
Ja Rule Released From Prison, Still Has To Finish Serving Tax Evasion Sentence
Ja Rule has been serving time in jail since his 2011 charge of possession of an illegal firearm, however, now the rapper is on the verge of freedom.
Lauryn Hill Claims She Didn't Pay Her Taxes Because Of "Very Real Threats" To Herself & Family
Lauryn Hill is still trying to explain the cause of all her tax troubles. Lauryn Hill plead guilty to charges of tax evasion last year, after earning more than $1.8 million for the years of 2005, 2006 and 2007 and neglecting to pay her taxes. Now that the