Rick Ross has just settled a whopping bill of over $1.5 million in back taxes, owed to the IRS. According to The Blast, the IRS filed a release for its federal tax lien against Ross, after he paid off the debt on February 24.

The back tax was owed for the years 2014 and 2016 — for which Ross owed $254,341 and $1,294,059, respectively. This isn’t the first time Ross has had to settle a large tax tab. Back in October 2018, the IRS accused him of owing over $1.1 million in taxes from 2013 to 2014. He finally paid the government agency over $5 million in back taxes, which also included a $4.6 million bill that he owed from 2012.

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Last month, Feed The Streetz announced its “Living Legendz” 2020 Edition Tour, which will recruit Ross, T.I., 2 Chainz, Jeezy, Lil Kim and more on a North American seven-city trek. Although tours have been postponed left and right amidst the coronavirus pandemic, tickets for the Feed The Streetz “Living Legendz” tour are still on sale, with the first show kicking off in Atlanta on April 24.

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