Grammy-winning rapper T.I. and Tiny had to dig deep to make a big Uncle Sam tax woe fade to black. A new report claims the Clifford family paid over $1.3 million to the federal government.

According to a The Blast report, Tip and Tiny shelled out the big bucks over a 2012 tax lien.

According to a Certificate of Release of Federal Tax Lien filed by the IRS on March 5 and obtained by The Blast, T.I. and his wife paid off their tax lien of $1,397,283.47. The debt was attributed to income the couple earned in 2012. Good news for Tiny, she’s now in the clear. Unfortunately for the “Rubberband Man” rapper, he is still on the hook for a 2013 lien for $3,173,476.39 and a 2014 lien for $1,640,664.90 that have not yet been settled. (The Blast)

A few months ago, Tiny and T.I. looked like they had resumed marriage goals chasing.

💪🏽This the look right here Mrs H.🎯 #waytoBOSSUP

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Instead of falling back, Tiny responded to Tip’s shout-out with a few emojis.

#TSRBaeWatch: Yassssss #TI showing #Tiny love on her magazine cover 🙌🏽

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In September, T.I. seemed to confirm buzz about them moving away from a publicized divorce.