Lil Wayne Slapped With $900,000 Tax Lien
Lil Wayne’s money woes are coming back to haunt him -- again. The state of Florida has slapped the Young Money leader with a tax lien for nearly $900,000.
According to the Jasmine Brand, Weezy owes over $868,000 in back taxes dating back to 2014. This latest bill adds to his previous tax debt of $12 million that he owes to the Sunshine State. Overall, Weezy F. Baby has racked up a $12.8 million bill and the tax man is ready to collect.
Wayne doesn’t live in Miami anymore, which may explain why he hasn’t paid his taxes. Last year, Miami-Dade police raided his mansion to collect money owed in a civil case. The “Believe Me” rapper’s property was seized in lieu of a $2 million judgment owed to a private jet company, Signature Group. Apparently, Weezy stopped paying the company a $55,000-a-month lease on his Gulfstream II jet.
Outside of his tax bills, Weezy is still embroiled in a $50 million legal battle with Birdman and Cash Money Records, despite what appears to be a reconciliation between Wayne and Baby.
If Lil Wayne doesn’t get a handle on his bills, he might have to change the name of his rap label from Young Money to No Money.
Attorneys for Lil Wayne had no comment on the matter.