Lil Jon, other “Apprentice” Hopefuls Owe Back Taxes
King of Crunk, Lil Jon heads a group of celebrities on a mission to become Donald Trump’s apprentice while hopefully simultaneously erasing some tax debt.
The new season of Celebrity Apprentice kicks off in the spring and it coincidentally includes a few cast members with history of IRS issues.
Lil Jon had a $638,937 lean filed against him in 2008 and his $1.9 million home went into foreclosure and was sold.
Latoya Jackson had a lien filed against her in 2006 for close to $30,000.
Former co-host of The View, Star Jones owed $356,991 while Dionne Warwick accrued a $2.2 million debt sought by the state of California.
Their liens have been released since then but on Celebrity Apprentice they’ll all stand the chance to make a pretty penny to help their financial troubles.
Some other cast members include Nene Leakes from Real Houswives of Atlanta, actor Gary Busey, former baseball great, Jose Canseco and singer, Meatloaf.
At least there’s hope for Wesley Snipes once he’s free.