Chris Brown was simply hit with a whopping tax invoice that totals $4,044,596.76 — however by no means worry, the R&B artist would possibly be capable of lower into his debt if he ever decides to dump his enormous assortment of designer and customized garments
Breezy posted a video that laid out his large clothes assortment on racks … with the scene wanting very very like a division retailer aisle!!!
He additionally referred to as out all rappers and artists who suppose they’ve extra drip than him to put up their very own closets for comparability — a problem that Rick Ross, who’s been recognized to be a hoarder in his personal proper, simply could tackle.
The timing is fascinating … TMZ Hip Hop confirmed Breezy was lately hit with a federal tax lien for $2,245,561.50 and $1,059,967.78 for cash apparently owed to Uncle Sam in 2022.
Moreover, we have discovered the state of California filed a state tax lien for $739,067.48 … so he is taking a look at round $4M in complete!!!
Breezy’s been down this highway earlier than … having hosted an enormous yard sale again in 2019 however even when Breezy does not dump sufficient objects to pay the tax payments, he nonetheless has regular tour income to sit up for.
The upcoming European leg for his Below The Affect Tour lately added new dates in massive cities like London, Amsterdam, and Paris after tickets bought out following the primary announcement.
We reached out to Chris’ crew to see how they plan on tackling the liens. One factor’s for positive … it appears like he will not have to fret a lot about wardrobe choices!!