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Former Head Of Roc-A-Fella Records Allegedly Owes More Money To New York State

Rap entrepreneur Damon Dash is once again accused of skipping out on paying the state it’s due in back taxes.

That’s according to a new tax warrant against the Dame Dash Studios head from the state of New York’s Division of Taxation, which tops out at nearly $3,000, the tax organization’s spokesman confirmed to BOSSIP.

Dash’s alleged tax debt stems from the income he earned in 2017, the spokesman said.

While the total amount – $2,771,45 – may not seem like much, it’s the latest in a series of state tax liens against Dash that have topped more than $2 million over the last 12 years, making him one of the biggest alleged tax scofflaws in New York, according to public records.

The warrant means that the state can move to garnish Dash’s wages or seize his property – like cars – and sell them to satisfy the debt.

However, the state of NY may have to wait a while longer to collect. Dash hasn’t been seen in New York since 2015, after we exclusively revealed that two judges issued warrants for his arrest for failing to pay his ex-wife Rachel Roy and baby mama Cindy Morales nearly $400,000 in back child support.

When reached for comment, Dash told BOSSIP that he wasn’t aware of the new lien.

“First I’m hearing of it…$2,700 though?…Come on, talk about my tv network,” he said.


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