Tyga reportedly owes thousands of dollars in taxes, including $11,201 for 2009, $4,437 for 2010, and $76,008 for 2011.
Following Young Money’s recent Rise Of An Empire album release and the recent opening of his clothing store in Los Angeles, California, TMZ reports that Tyga may owe approximately $92,000 in taxes.
Tyga allegedly owes $11,201 for 2009, $4,437 for 2010, and $76,008 for 2011, according to a federal tax lien obtained by the publication.
The alleged amount owed, $91,648, is reportedly close to what the rapper spent to decorate the Last Kings clothing store he recently opened in Los Angeles.
In February, Tyga announced that he is working on a new album, The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty, set to be executive produced by Kanye West.
“Kanye executive producing that,” Tyga said at the time. “It’s gonna be a crazy album. It’s good to have people like him, [Lil] Wayne, people I grew up on. To be mentored by the greats puts you in that running.”
Tyga also recently announced The Last Kings EP, which is scheduled to feature many acts, including Honey Cocaine. Moreover, Tyga is prepping for the release of Fan of a Fan 2, a collaborative album crafted with Chris Brown.