Home THE GRIP REPORT Ty Dolla $ign Hit With $180K Tax Lien, Drops New Video For “Stealing”

Ty Dolla $ign Hit With $180K Tax Lien, Drops New Video For “Stealing”

Ty Dolla $ign Hit With $180K Tax Lien, Drops New Video For “Stealing”

R&B crooner and Taylor Gang signee Ty Dolla $ign is reportedly in hot water with Uncle Sam over unpaid taxes.

According to TMZ, Ty Dolla (real name Tyrone William Griffin Jr.) is reportedly $180,969.35 in the hole, which is accumulative of  three separate years  — 2011, 2013 and 2014, where the federal tax lien outlines unpaid balances of $16,617.05, $54,626.91 and $109,725.39.

2014 was the first year Ty$ started releasing retail product (his platinum-selling single “Paranoid” was released a few months prior in September 2013).

Despite debuting on the music scene with retail products and sales in 2014, it is reported that during those periods in question the Los Angeles native didn’t have an accountant to properly pay out the taxes of his earnings.

In other news, Ty Dolla $ign recently dropped the video for his single “Stealing” off of his current project, Campaign which dropped in September.

The video features a close-up of Ty Dolla Sign as he sings in front of a black background and looks directly at the viewer while crooning about his inclination for making women fall in love.  He serenades:

“Momma please don’t judge me/Cause I’m a criminal/Mom, I know you love me/Even though I’m a criminal/No, it’s not subliminal/No, and it’s not terminal/Oh, oh, oh, oh, it’s emotional/Stealing all these bitches hearts.”

Campaign is currently available on iTunes. The 16-song collection features guest appearances from the likes of Future, Migos, Meek Mill, Travi$ Scott, Trey Songz and Wiz Khalifa.

ICYMI, check out the video below:

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