Iggy Azalea’s tax troubles may be easy to laugh at, but it’s also not unusual for the taxman to come knocking on ra apper’s doors. She’s not the first, and she certainly won’t be the last, rapper to get a visit from the IRS for money owed.
Rappers and athletes, Atlanta real estate just may not be for you. Jermaine Dupri has successfully stopped his Atlanta home from being foreclosed and auctioned off; for the second time in four months.
Dr. Dre doesn’t want to end up on the ever-growing list of rap stars busted for not paying their taxes, so he’s taken his business ventures to Ireland. The Good Doctor, who was named Forbes’ highest paid musician of the year thanks to his Beats By Dre empire, has launched a few business in the […]
When you get paid, Uncle Sam gets paid, too. This is a concept way too many rappers, and musicians in general, who can usually afford accountants, have failed to understand. In 2012 it seemed like every other week another artist was getting called out, usually by TMZ, for owing taxes.