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Migos’ Quavo and Takeoff Reportedly Owe $28k In Georgia State Taxes

As the #Migos continue their catapult to international success, the Atlanta-based rap group has been ordered to address a few financial issues within their home state via Uncle Sam. Now, two of the three superstar rappers will have to cough up more than $14,000 each for failure to pay taxes.

According to The @blast, #Quavo, whose real name is Quavious Marshall, was slapped with a tax lien late last month over unpaid 2016 taxes. Initially, the rapper had only fallen behind by about $9k, but with interest and penalties, he’s been order to cough up $14,055.06 to clear his name. 

As for Takeoff, whose real name is Kirsnick Ball, he’s been ordered to pay $14,348.23 for unpaid taxes from the same year. As a result, the two will have to fork over a combined total of $28,403.29 in back taxes. 



But, since the group rakes in about $150k per tour stop,  according to Forbes, $28k should be easy to cover.

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