Lil Wayne is looking for the fastest solution to his tax problem. The Young Money leader has re-listed his Miami mansion that he purchased last year for $14 million, selling it below market value at $12.9 million in an attempt to quick-fix the $5.6 million debt he owes the IRS.
The rapper, whose three-level home is situated in La Gorce Island, Fla., shelled out the big bucks to buy
It looks like Lil Wayne is in trouble with the government yet again. Though the Young Money boss recently paid off a $1.13 million tax lien in Dade County, Fla., in November 2010, he has reportedly been hit with another IRS bill, this time for a w
While other rappers just can't seem to stay out of trouble with Uncle Sam, Lil Wayne is doing the opposite. The Young Money CEO, reportedly paid off his over $1.13 million tax lien originally filed in June of las
Earlier this year, it was reported that the IRS has created a special unit dedicated to tracking the earnings of entertainers, and Miami rapper Trick Daddy is apparently the latest artist to come under investigation.
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