Iggy Azalea Wants You To Know She’s Totally Paying That IRS Bill

April 5, 2016 / Posted by:

Yesterday we found out that Iggy Azalea, the expired bottle of Rap Musk that came to life one day, owed the IRS almost $400,000 in unpaid income taxes from 2014. So the IRS did what they do when they want their money: they hit her with a tax lien. Most of us would probably curl up in the fetal position and start nervously scanning the room for shit we could sell on Craigslist if we received a letter from the government that read “Money. NOW.“, but not Iggy.

UsWeekly says Iggy hopped on Twitter to let everyone know that she can totally pay her taxes. And of course, it’s the media’s fault that people think she’s a tax dodger.

That sounds sort of like the same argument a dude used on me during a timeshare presentation in Orlando. “Trust me, when you break it down month by month, it’s like Florida is paying YOU to visit! It’s definitely not a scam.” Also, the media isn’t starting soap opera drama by busting your ass for not paying your taxes. Like, admitting that you chose the month to month option sort of confirmed that you owe the IRS a whole mess of money.

Not to mention that unpaid taxes would make for the most boring soap opera drama ever. “Today on Deductions Of The Heart, Guy Huntington finally confronts Alexandra St. James taking advantage of refundable tax credits by declaring common law status and filing jointly. Meanwhile, Dr. Hank Cascade makes a grave mistake by forgetting where he placed his W2.

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