The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is going after Lil Pump for failing to pay $89,378.68 in taxes for 2019. In fact, according to XXL, the IRS has placed a lien on his $5 million home in Miami, meaning they could seize the property if Pump's debt isn't paid soon.
But if you ask Pump about the situation, he'll tell you, "Do not believe the internet, that s*** is all cap, bruh." He also claimed the $90k he owes is instead sitting on his wrist and neck in jewelry. "Don't play with my body."
Not helping the 20-year-old's cause is that he split with his former label, Warner Records, in 2020. Warner gave him an $8 million advance when he signed three years ago, per industry insider Brian "Z" Zisook.
Plus, there don't appear to be any plans for new music more than 2 years removed from the release of his second album, 'Harverd Dropout,' though it did achieve Gold status.
One rapper whose bank account isn't sweating at all is Young Thug. He recently shared that his maid found a stack of cash worth $10,000 in his jeans before putting it under his mattress and eventually sliding it back to him.
"My maid just handed me this," Thug said. "She said, 'I found this money about two months ago in your room. I just wanna know did you get it?'"
"This when you a good n****, bruh," he explained. "When you one thousand, you solid. S*** come right back. This lil punk ass ten thousand, that ain’t nothin', ten thousand, but, solid." Too real!