The Georgia bred trio that are the Migos has reportedly found themselves in some serious tax issues, at least for two of them. According to The Blast, Takeoff and Quavo owe the state back thousands in taxes and their steep bill has nearly doubled due to interest and penalty of not paying on time. 

The publication reports that Quavo, born Quavious Marshall, was hit with a lien in June over unpaid 2016 taxes. The amount was only $9K, but after seemingly neglecting the bill it has now grown to $14,055.06. On the same day in June, Takeoff, born Kirsnick Ball, was hit with a lien of unpaid 2016 taxes with a grand total of $14,348.23. As a group, the Migos reportedly pull in $150,000 per tour stop so it's safe to say they can make the bills go away fast if the cash is properly distributed. 

Offset is also being accused of owing cash since we previously posted that a personal stylist is trying to get back the $11,699.60 worth of goods they styled the rapper in. Apparently he "acknowledges he owes but still has refused to pay.” With the added interest on the bill, Offset owes $13,169.60.