Another day, another rapper with money struggles. Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta star Yung Joc reportedly owes the federal government over $500,000 in back taxes.

Bossip uncovered a tax lien issued to the “It’s Goin’ Down” rapper, which states that he owes $277,645.52 and $242,978.56 in back taxes for 2009 and 2010, respectively. Altogether Joc owes $520,524.08 to Uncle Sam, his ex-wife, Alexandra, is also named in the document as well.

Despite not having a chart-topping hit in years, it's clear that the ATL rhymer is still getting paper. Also, if you've been watching LHHA, you would know that the 32-year-old entertainer is the father of eight kids. If he doesn't pay his tax bill soon, the feds will take his property to cover the debt.

Joc, born Jasiel Robinson, joins the club of delinquent tax payers like T.I. and Tiny who owe $4.5 million to the IRS, while Tyga owes $20,000 to the state of California.

Attorneys for Yung Joc had no comment on the matter.

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