News: Tax City? Tyga's $100,000 Money Woes Exposed
Saturday, Mar 15, 2014 9:51AM
Young Money's Tyga is making some less-than-friendly headlines this tax season as reports claim the music superstar owes nearly $100,000 to the government.
According to reports, the West Coast rapper's debt dates back to 2009.
Tyga might want to consider selling off his Egyptian sand collection -- TMZ has learned, he allegedly owes Uncle Sam nearly $100,000. According to a federal tax lien -- the rapper owes $11,201 for 2009, $4,437 for 2010, and $76,008 for 2011. The total comes to $91,648 -- almost the exact amount he spent decorating his brand new L.A. clothing store, Last Kings. (TMZ)
Last month, Cash Money Records head Birdman celebrated Tyga's Los Angeles clothing store launch.
"Congrats to tyga open tha LAST KING store today RICHGANG http://instagram.com/p/kvHdIsiZ8C/," Baby tweeted February 22. (Birdman's Twitter)
Cash Money stud Bow Wow also posed alongside Tyga during the big event.
"Myself & @Tyga at his store opening today in LA http://instagram.com/p/kvaa1dM-vC/ pic.twitter.com/Fpk05d5xbx" (Bow Wow's Twitter)
Young Money executive/manager Cortez Bryant shared in-store photos from the launch.
"This store is crazy!! @kinggoldchains did his thing on this Never seen nothing like this before!" (Cortez Bryant's Instagram)