Lil Pump is facing more financial issues after being slapped with a new lawsuit.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, American Express is suing Lil Pump and his company Lil Pump Touring LLC.
The suit accuses the defendants of breach of contract over an unpaid $26,233.34 bill. They claim they loaned the rapper money, but he refused to pay them back. American Express says the bill came due last month but remains unpaid.
The bank is demanding the full amount in damages plus interest.
Pump has yet to respond to the lawsuit. As Radar first reported, earlier this year, Uncle Sam hit the 20-year-old with a federal tax lien in Florida.
The lien was filed against the Miami mansion owned by Pump. The Internal Revenue Service accuses Pump of failing to pay his 2019 bill. The document says he owes a total of $89,378.68.
The lien is placed against Pump's $5 million home and if he sells the property the government will get their money.
The IRS isn't playing around and warns if he doesn't cough up the cash they could begin the process of seizing his property and assets.
The lien was filed on April 26 in Miami Court. Hours after Radar broke the story, Pump took to Instagram to try to claim it wasn't true. He told said, “Do not believe the internet, that shit is all cap bro.”
Pump proceeded to flash a bunch of diamond chains in front of the camera. He shouted, “90 thousand that is on my wrist right now. Another 90, that’s on my neck.”
The rapper added, “Don’t play with my body. Look, I have made over 15 million dollars, you know what the tax bill on 15 million dollars is?”
“Bit*h, 90k ain’t sh*t to me. Stop playing with my bod,” Pump ended. He seemed upset that news of the lien was being reported on. As we reported, the IRS lien is still active despite his claims and has yet to be paid off or released by the government.