Lil Pump Accused Of Owing $90,000 In Back Taxes, IRS Slaps Rapper With Lien
Rapper Lil Pump is accused of refusing to pay up on a massive tax debt and now the government is coming after him.
According to court records obtained by RadarOnline.com, the Internal Revenue Service is going after the 20-year-old rapper over a 2019 bill.
Lil Pump, who endorsed former President Donald Trump in his failed reelection bid, reportedly owes a total of $89,378.68. The government placed the lien against the rapper’s $5 million Miami mansion.
Pump owns a 5-bedroom, 7-bathroom waterfront mansion worth $4,650,000.
The IRS warns Pump if he doesn’t cough up the money soon, they will begin the process of seizing his property and assets to collect on their money. The lien will allow the IRS to collect if Pump's property is ever sold.
The lien was filed on April 26 in Miami Court.
Pump isn’t having the greatest couple of months. Back in May, the rapper had to deal with 4 people breaking into his home.
According to a Miami Beach Police Report, 4 suspects jumped over the wall of Pump’s pad early in the morning.
The individuals found 3 expensive cars including a Range Rover, Rolls-Royce Cullinan, and a Rolls-Royce Wraith. The suspects reportedly broke into the cars but weren’t able to steal anything valuable.
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The Miami Beach Police say they obtained surveillance video which showed the break-in, but they have been unable to track any suspects down. Pump wasn't listed as a victim but his mother was named in the report.
On social media, Pump lost it when talked about the incident to his fans. He said, "That’s how y’all wanna play? I’mma be up for the next 3, 4 days. Come back to my f***ing house. I’mma blow your fucking head off."
Last year, Pump made an embarrassing appearance at one of Trump's campaign rallies, where the then-President called him by the wrong name.
He trashed Joe Biden for proposing a plan to increase taxes for the uber-wealthy. Pump said he already paid enough in taxes and shouldn't have to pay an extra dime to the IRS.