The IRS plans to collect their money from Nas one way or another. Back in March it was reported that the Internal Revenue Service would be garnishing Nas’ earnings from music publishers BMI and ASCAP until his $6 million tax debt was paid off. Now the government is going after his tour money.
TMZ is reporting that the Georgia Department of Revenue filed new legal documents and obtained an order commanding Live Nation, the promotional company behind Nas' current tour with Lauryn Hill, to garnish $1,083,435 from the rapper's earnings for taxes he owes for the years 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010.
It's the latest financial setback for Nas who lost his Georgia home to foreclosure in October.