According to TMZ, the IRS claims “she didn’t muster up enough tax dough in the years 2008 ($47,710.46) and 2009 ($4,704.63).”
The “V.S.O.P” singer enjoyed a good year in 2008 when she signed with Jive records. Fast forward four years and K. Michelle is back on top with two seasons of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta under her belt and has already began filming for her debut on the New York franchise.
During a recent interview with New York’s radio show “The Breakfast Club,” Michelle revealed she’s working on securing her own show in the near future. “I’m really focused on my own show. That’s what the focus is and that was part of the deal.”
Michelle released her debut studio album “Rebellious Soul” in late August under Atlantic Records to positive sales and reviews. The album sold 72,000 in its first week, outselling first-week sales of established artists Kelly Rowland and Ciara, who released albums this year.
It’s safe to say the IRS will be keeping an eye on K. Michelle for years to come.
K. Michelle responds to reports of the tax lien on Instagram.
“Damn Uncle Sam Why you wanna stick me 4 my paper??? Lol. Nice try Bloggers it’s already been settled. Strippers need tax breaks to”