Rappers Who Went Broke

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Many rappers look as if they’ve got all the money in the world, but if they don’t pay their taxes, or miss a few payments, their credit disappears like the rest of us. Not all rappers are wealthy enough to be a Forbes Cash King, see who made some crucial mistakes in their career and ended up right back where they started.

Bow Wow attends BET 106 and Park on June 11, 2014

So start the slide show below and make sure you check out each one, as you never know who’sout of that bling.

Lil Wayne

Rapper Lil Wayne At BET AWARDS 14 Show

Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for BET

Lil Wayne can’t afford his private jet. The rapper and Young Money Entertainment owe private jet company Flight Club over $1 million in services. Maybe “Young Money” means that it’s quickly gone.


Recording artist Tyga attends Alexander Wang Front Row Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2015

Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images

If Tyga could afford to have “sand imported from Egypt” to decorate his newly launched clothing store, Last Kings, he should be able to afford the nearly $100 thousand that he owes in taxes. Debt is not a good look.