Lil Wayne PAYS $7 Million In Back Taxes + Tiny Debuts “Tiny Tonight” On Vh1! [Video]

Published On December 18, 2012 » 11 Views» By Gwl Mag Editor » Lil Wayne, Reality Television, Tamar Braxton, Trina
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Rapper Lil Wayne has reportedly paid off his back taxes totaling $7.72 million– stemming from 2008 and 2009.

According to reports, the 30 year-old Young Money rapper owed $3.35 mil in back taxes for 2008 and $2.25 mil for 2009 which included reoccurring late fees dating back to 2002 with a placed liens on his 15,000 sq. ft. Miami Beach Mansion on La Gorce Island after he put down 11.6 million on his crib last September.

Plus, the IRS wisely waited for Weezy to buy his La Gorce home before coming down on him like a rapper’s posse.

Now with paying off his debt, the rapper is now looking to make that money back in the upcoming new year.

In other news:


Reality star and wife of rapper T.ITameka “Tiny” Harris debuted her new “Tiny Tonight” last night on Vh1. Which included her bestie’s Tamar Braxton, Trina, and Claudia Jordan. Check out the videos below:

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