Money Issues in 2016 – Celebs

Word Round Town is That Money Issues in 2016 are hitting celebs hard

It seems it’s not just the working class “struggling” with their money issues. Can you believe, those on minimum wage working in McDonald’s for £5.50 an hour aren’t even having as hard a time as those with a net worth of say $145million (£104,212,335.20).

How can this be?!!!

Almost three months into the year and we’ve seen some recent “struggles” in the celeb world (I say struggle….more like mishandling of possessions….actually scratch that, ignorance…and maybe greed taking it’s toll).

Now, of course we all have taxes to pay and unfortunately the more you ear the more you’re taxed. I‘m not saying that’s right, I’m just saying that’s how it is. Despite the huge accumulation of income these celebs are getting, many still find themselves in debt or simply refusing to pay off their taxes.

The biggest I guess at the moment, regarding debt, is Kanye’s recent plea for $53million (Kanye has a net worth, tough potentially at risk, of $145million, that £104,212,335.20). Anyone gonna chip in? Nah, not me either. I don’t think Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook CEO) will either after ‘liking’ a now deleted Facebook post by a former Facebook software engineer,

“Dear Kanye West: If you’re going to ask the CEO of Facebook for a billion dollars, maybe don’t do it on Twitter”.

Kanye isn’t the only one in debt this year. Rapper Tyga (real name Michael Nguuen-Stevenson) is also in debt over his unpaid rent bills. The Rack City star is facing eviction from the $4.8million (£3.3million) Hollywood Hills house that rents out for $17,000 (£11,840) per month….imagine!!!

T.I (rapper) is gonna have to dig into his pockets a little too. The rapper has reportedly refused to pay his backlog of unpaid taxes totalling to $1.6million (£1.1million) from 2014. Some might already know that T.I is not unfamiliar with the IRS (America’s Internal Revenue Service) after his trouble with them last year over unpaid taxes from 2012 and 2013, a total of around $4.21million (£30,257,51.25). He’s also been sent recently another lien against his mansion in Georgia after having failed to pay the Lost Valley Homeowners Association in December last year.

 

Picture from expatchild.com

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