The IRS filed a $546K tax lien against Snoop Dogg, and New Jersey filed a $900K lien against Mary J. Blige
The feds are going after the Doggfather for more than a half-million dollars in unpaid taxes, and Mary J. Blige's financial woes are piling up as well.
According to documents obtained by TMZ, the IRS has filed a tax lien against Snoop Dogg for 546-thousand dollars in back taxes. Snoop apparently owes over 101-thousand dollars in taxes for 2009 and 444-thousand dollars for 2011.
This isn't Snoop's first time in trouble with the IRS. Back in 2011 he was forced to pay 467-thousand dollars for unpaid taxes dating from 2008. Snoop should have no problem paying off his tax debt - Forbes reports that the rapper took in 14-million dollars in 2011 and eight-million dollars in 2012.
As for Mary J., according to documents obtained by TMZ, the New Jersey government is going after the Grammy winning singer for nearly one-million dollars in back taxes.
The state of New Jersey has slapped Blige with a 900-thousand dollar tax lien. This is the latest in a series of financial problems for Blige in recent months. Blige was recently hit with a lawsuit for reportedly failing to pay a 500-thousand-dollar loan. Last year, Blige was also sued for allegedly failing to pay a two-million dollar bank loan.
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