Rick Ross Drops “Kyrie” Video + Song While Hit w/ 5.7 Million Dollar Tax Lien
Its hunting season for the IRS as 2016 comes to a close and another big name they are after alongside Nelly and Ty Dolla $ign is the Bawse himself, Rick Ross.
At the top of this week, news reports surfaced of the “Hustlin” hitmaker being in debt to the IRS for millions. 5.7 million to be exact, a debt he claims to have accumulated back in 2012 after incorrect tax filing dealing with a previous accountant. TMZ reported, Ross owed a little more than $4.6 million in 2012 alone, and then about $570,000 a piece for ’13 and ’14, respectively.
Rick Ross became a breakout superstar back in 2006 with the release of his platinum selling album, ‘Port of Miami’ under Def Jam Records, Since then, Ross has followed up his success with several platinum selling singles like “The Boss”, “B.M.F”, and “The Devil is a Lie”. Rick Ross is currently reported to have a net worth of $40 Million.
Dealing with the situation head on, Rick Ross hired new accountants and is already close to wiping out his tax bill.
While he deals with his finances, the Miami-native looks to persuaded his fans from his recent negative press with the release of both a new music video and single. Revisiting his latest album, 2015’s ‘The Black Market’, Rick Ross links up with R&B crooner John Legend for the Ryan Snyder-directed politically charged, “Free Enterprise”.
See “Free Enterprise” below:
The video comes at the perfect time with the Presidential elections begin recently decided. Throughout the video, Renzel takes shot at the recently newly Presidential-elected Donald Trump and encourages America to wake up and provoke change.
With the new clip, Ross channels his focus into sports as he presents a new song paying homage to the 2016 NBA World Champion Cleveland Cavilers’ Kyrie Irving. In “Kyrie” Ross boasts and brag about the amazing ball-handling skills of #2 and the phenomenal season the he helped the Cavs obtain in ’16.
The new releases also point signs at an upcoming new album from the newly signed Epic Records recording artist.