Since the beginning of 2017, Taxstone has been involved in legal happenings pertaining to the murder of Troy Ave's best friend at Irving Plaza. After he was arrested and subsequently sent to jail, we obviously have not heard much from the podcaster. We're used to tuning into several episodes of Tax Season on a monthly basis but with the host behind bars, a new episode hasn't been uploaded in over two years. That all could change this week because on social media, Taxstone has been teasing his imminent release from jail. He's also been prepping his audience for an upcoming episode of Tax Season that could be premiering as soon as this week.
Yesterday, Taxstone hit up his following on Twitter to announce that he would soon be returning home "with kale breath." He then started to tease the arrival of a new podcast episode, seemingly getting his hands on suitable equipment in jail. "Should i drop a new Tax Season ep today or wednesday," asked the podcaster. Earlier in the day, he spoke on the passing of Nipsey Hussle, possibly having more to say in the podcast once it goes up.
Keep your eyes peeled for a new episode of Tax Season because, according to Taxstone, it could be coming today or tomorrow.
Gucci Mane Pays Tax Lien With Over $800k In Cold Hard Cash
According to documents obtained by the Blast, Gucci Mane has settled with the IRS to the tune $823,358.50. That total accounts for three specific years in which the IRS accused him withholding funds. The IRS took matters in hand by issuing a tax lien with a detailed account his negligence. This is how it all breaks down:
After a lengthy bid in prison, Gucci Mane is only beginning sort out all his legal issues. Paying his back taxes is but one step in the right direction. In 2016, Gucci Mane was released from prison after meeting all his requirements under his probation hearing. His parole ficer also padded him with a glowing review. Skinny Gucci has wasted little time since becoming a free man, tying the knot with his sweetheart, busting out two albums, and notching his first number one record with Rae Sremmurd. Does it surprise you at all that they paid his tax lien with a briefcase full cold hard cash.
Consider Gucci Mane's bust-up with the IRS has a healthy reminder to file your taxes in a timely manner. Restrictions may apply.