DMX is wasting no time after giving the criminal system a year of his life. Dark Man X has already hit the stage to perform for his fans.
It might have been God’s plan that Drake has changed managers. His former adviser has been sentenced to jail time for not paying Uncle Sam.
Fresh off a four-month sentence for tax evasion, Fat Joe returns to the stage as President of Urban & Latino Development.
After serving time for tax evasion, Fat Joe was released from prison just in time to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday festivities with his family.
Yesterday, Fat Joe began serving a four-month sentence for tax evasion. However, the veteran MC released The Darkside 3 mixtape to keep his name ringing in the streets during his skid bid. From that, fans receive a visual for the intro.
Going to prison sucks, especially when it’s a fate that could have been easily avoided. That’s the predicament Fat Joe finds himself in. The Bronx rapper dropped by The Breakfast Club and besides his upcoming bid for tax evasion, also discussed everything from New York rap being a victim of divide and conquer to Terror […]
As the days dwindle, Fat Joe inches closer to the date he begins serving a four month prison bid for tax evasion. To maintain relevancy in the mean time, the veteran rapper delivers a visual for “Love Me Long Time,” featuring Future.
Lauryn Hill is currently serving a three-month prison sentence for tax evasion. The Fugees rapper/singer began her bid on July 8, and has penned a letter to her supporters, thanking them for the letters they have sent her.
Uncle Sam doesn’t care who you are. If you try to front on his dough, you either pay up or go to jail, or even both. The latter is the case for Lauryn Hill, who started her three-month prison sentence for tax evasion today.