That’s the situation rapper Nas finds himself in after being targeted by the state of Georgia’s for back taxes
The Georgia Department of Revenue (GDR) has filed new legal docs in their effort to collect $1,083,435 from the rapper for taxes it claims Nas owes for the years 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010.
According to court documents, the GDR obtained an order commanding Live Nation — the promo company behind Nas’ tour with Lauryn Hill — to garnish his wages until the debt is satisfied.
The tour is currently underway, and Nas– who’s also on the hook for millions in unpaid taxes to the federal government — is sure to make a boatload of money.
A rep for Nas tells TMZ the matter has recently been settled, but the GDR insists the case is still open and they’re trying to collect.
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