Despite the fact rapper Ja Rule must stay behind bars for the next few years, the former Murder Inc. hip-hop star has reportedly been hit with a $4.3 million tax bill.
Details of Rule’s latest legal woe emerged online this week. The state of New Jersey sent imprisoned rapper Ja Rule a welcome to prison gift last month — a $4.3 million delinquent tax bill. The bill puts a precise figure on the 35-year-old’s tax debt, which is one of the reasons Ja Rule’s in a New York prison now.
And while the lyric spitter’s slumping sales puts him in Vanilla Ice territory, his tax problems rank in Lil Wayne’s league. The state of New Jersey filed a $4,317,189 tax lien against Ja Rule and his wife Sept. 8 in New Jersey Superior Court. The address on the lien is Ja Rule’s home in Saddle River, N.J.
I see said the blind man. And now…
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