IRS Comes For Rick Ross’ Pockets As He Owes Them Over $5 Mil!

The latest rapper to be in the crosshairs of the IRS is none other than the boss himself, Rick Ross. The International Revenue Service claims he owes alot of tax money stemming back from early as 2012, and is yet to pay them.

Nelly Owes The IRS Over $2 Million

Jeez…Nelly is in some serious debt with the IRS.

Nas Owes $570k In Back Taxes

Another day, another celeb who owes money to the IRS. This time it’s our guy Nas, who according to the state of Georgia’s Department of Revenue, he needs to pay up $571,550 for his 2007 income. This breakdown amounts to $425,842 in back state taxes, a $60,000 penalty, $57,000 in interest and a $71,000 “collection fee.” With all these successful investments he has going on, however, I’m sure Esco can take care of this quickly! Check out the tax doc in the gallery.

Millionaires Are Asking To Have Their Taxes Raised To Help Those In Poverty

Millionaires from all over such as the families of Disney and Rockefeller are asking to have their taxes raised to decrease poverty. The millionaires wrote Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo and top New York lawmakers a letter that proposed the top 1% of earners in the state have their taxes raised. The millionaires feel as though additional revenue is needed to help address those in need such as children in poverty, homelessness, aging bridges, tunnels, water pipes and also roads.

Guess Which R&B Crooner Might Get His House Taken By Uncle Sam?!

It looks like yet another celebrity has made enemies with Uncle Sam. R&B crooner Brian McKnight is in deep doo-doo with the government after allegedly not paying his taxes. Instead of owing tons of money like most, he actually is on the verge of getting his house in Southern California taken away from him for failing to pay up!

YIKES: MC Hammer Owes Uncle Sam Some Serious Paper!

It looks like MC Hammer needs to start cutting checks because he is in the dog house with Uncle Sam! The rapper currently owes $800,000 to the IRS for unpaid taxes. When he infamously filed for bankruptcy awhile back, the IRS is claiming that they did not get any of that money because it went straight to the creditors that he owed almost $1 million dollars to.

IRS Empties Kreayshawn’s Bank Account A Few Days Before Christmas

We haven’t heard Kreayshawn’s name for quite some time ever since her one-hit, “Gucci Gucci,” was getting air-play. However, she broke her silence and revealed that life isn’t treating her that great at the current moment. “Can’t believe the day came. The IRS wiped my whole bank account clean. 4 days before X-mas. I’m completely devastated,” the Oakland native tweeted out. “When people say.. it’s okay you been thru worse… Iono if that’s even true and if it is then Wow my life is really SH*T! LOL!”

Trey Songz Handled That $750k Tax Lien No Problem!

Last month, it was reported that singer Trey Songz owed a whopping $750k tax lien – and though it’s nowhere near as bad as some of his other fellow celebs have let their tax debt get in the past, it’s still a pretty big chunk of change! Apparently it was nothing to Trigga, though – and in under 3 weeks, he paid off the entire $748,870.08 for his 2013 income. Yuuuup!

Kelis Owes $86K In Back Taxes To Uncle Sam!

It looks like Kelis is the latest celeb to join the long list of famous people who owes money to Uncle Sam. The “Milkshake” singer turned chef apparently owes a total of $85,844 after failing to pay her taxes back in 2011. If she fails to pay the money she owes to the government, she can be looking at her one million dollar house in Glendale, California getting taken from her.

Chump Change: Trey Songz Laughs Off Having To Pay $800K In Back Taxes

It looks like money ain’t a thang for R&B crooner Trey Songz. Word hit the ‘net yesterday that Trigga owes Uncle Sam approximately $748,870.08 for unpaid taxes from 2013. However, that’s apparently chump change to the superstar. Trey took to his Instagram page to share a conversation with what appears to be his mother.

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