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Offset Drops $210,000 To Pay Off Massive Tax Debt

By Ryan Naumann

Migos’ Offset has settled a massive back tax bill by paying off a $210,000 debt.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the Georgia Department of Revenue has released a lien filed against Offset (real name: Kiari Cephus). The release means the Migos’ rapper has paid the bill in full.

Back in August, the Georgia Department of Revenue slapped Offset with a state tax lien. The document accused the rapper of owing a total of $210,228.91. The debt was owed for the year 2017 and the bill grew with interest.

The original amount owed was $146,845.83, but $15k was added in interest and another $18k in penalties. The lien was originally filed against one of the properties Offset purchased with his wife Cardi B.

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Last month, Offset, along with Quavo and Takeoff, settled a $1 million-dollar lawsuit with a fashion stylist. Migos’ and designer Marcus Clark informed the court of a settlement of entire case, which was brought by Clark.

The parties hashed out a deal during mediation which avoided them having to go to trial. Back in 2017, designer Marcus Clark sued the band over borrowed clothing and accessories. He provided the items for the “Bad Intentions” music video featuring Niykee Heaton.


In the suit, Clark claimed to have brought $20,471 worth of clothing and accessories but they were never returned. The designer sued for the $20,000 worth of apparel plus an additional $400,000 in other damages and another $600,000 in special damages. Migos fired back denying all allegations of wrongdoing. They called the case nonsense and accused Clark of causing his own damages.

Offset and Cardi are still facing a separate lawsuit accusing them of orchestrating a fan’s assault in New York. Offset has accused the man of using the lawsuit to try and shake him down for a settlement. The case is ongoing.

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