While 6ix9ine sings like a canary on the witness stand, let's take a look at some of the most "loyal" criminals of all time.
As Tekashi snitch-nine wraps up his first day of testimony against former gang members of Nine Trey Bloods, it's important to remember that other major criminals in history have done the same thing but should still be considered more loyal than Tekashi.
The rapper took 2 hours today to snitch out his former affiliates, and he even went as far as to describe the clothes that his fellow gang members were wearing as he rattled off their names. Check out some of history's most loyal criminals below, and let's hope Tekashi will find safety within the witness protection program (but that might be hard, considering all those tattoos).
A legendary member of the Luccheese crime family between 1955 and 1980, Hill became an FBI informant in 1980, and he helped secure 50 convictions, including those of legendary mobsters Paul Vario and James Burke.
Tekashi's testimony included ratting out two fellow members of the Nine Trey Gangster Bloods, Aljermiah "Nuke" Mack and Anthony "Harv" Ellison, as he identified them in court in great detail, not out of a sense of justice but to save himself from a longer prison sentence.
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It was discovered today by Bossip that Mary J. Blige owes over $1 million in back taxes. Let's take a look at other celebrities who have tried (and failed) to rip off the IRS.
Uncle Sam has not been kind to Mary J. Blige over the years.
It was discovered today by Bossip that the singer owes over $1 million in back taxes, adding to a mountain of financial issues that have continued to plague the singer over the years. In 2013, Blige was slapped with a tax lien of over $900,000 from New Jersey, along with an additional $3.4 million in federal back taxes. She also owed an alleged $6 million to her ex-husband in 2016 following their divorce filing.
Rest assured, Mary is not alone, like, at all. Celebrities have always "forgotten" to pay Uncle Sam, and some have even been to jail or gone bankrupt as a result. These are the highest celebrity debts owed to the IRS, and how they paid them off (or didn't.)
In 1990, the IRS seized Nelson's assets for a whopping $32 million owed in taxes. Uncle Sam cleared out the country singer's estate, including properties he owned in six states, to make up for the damages. Even then, Nelson still owed $16.7 million. $10 million of which was solely interest and penalty fees. In his 2015 autobiography, Nelson wrote that the ordeal was due to bad advice and "mismanagement" from lousy accountants. He also wrote about two days of questioning with IRS agents in Austin; the country singer purposefully parked his Honeysuckle Rose II bus outside the offices to entice fans to come say hello. He would spend lunches signing autographs for both lurking fans and IRS clerks. When all was said and done, Nelson settled with the agency for $9 million. He then poked fun at himself in a hilarious H&R commercial.
While this disgraced pedophile and degenerate sh*t stain has more on his plate than tax fraud, the singer is still facing charges from $20 million owed to the IRS from 2005. In his 19-minute song "I Admit," he addressed that he still hasn't even come close to paying the money off, since he owes additional money for child support, unpaid rent, and now legal fees. He'll probably never be able to pay any of it off, considering he's already broke.
The Blade actor ended up serving a three-year sentence for attempting to extort the IRS for a $12 million refund. Instead, the IRS charged him with three counts of failing to file a tax return, sending him to the slammer in December 2010.
The eclectic star of Bangkok Dangerous owed upwards of $14 million to the IRS in 2010. "Over the course of my career I have paid at least $70 million in taxes," The Ghost Rider said. "Unfortunately, due to a recent legal situation, another approximate $14 million is owed to the IRS." The Wicker Man paid it off though, settling for $6.25 million in 2012. It's not surprising he owed a massive debt, considering the strange purchases he's historically made, like a $3.4 million haunted mansion in New Orleans or a $3 million deserted island.
As the rapper served a sexual battery sentence for raping his hairdresser, it was discovered that he was trying to scam the IRS, as well. He was additionally convicted of avoiding payment of $271,000 in taxes, which resulted in a separate year-long sentence. In 2017, Louisiana claimed that the rapper still owed over $2.9 million in back taxes, racking his total tab up to $3.2 million. Ouch.
The rapper was slapped with a massive bill for unpaid taxes up to $7 million in both 2002 and 2009. Jay-Z allegedly helped him break even before the IRS seized his Miami mansion. "He's a real friend, y'all," Weezy said.
In addition to raping women and supporting white supremacy, the commander-in-queef has been incredibly resistant to sharing his tax information, but many publications have taken the liberty of tallying up his bill. According to Fortune, Trump most likely owes around $700,000 to the IRS from failed business ventures. While this is an estimation, it confirms Trump to be a total piece of sh*t.
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