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Ma$e Owes Over $124,000 to I.R.S.

Skipped tax payments date back to 2000

April 23, 2012 2:05 PM ET
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Mason 'Mase' Betha in Atlanta.
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TMZ reports that rapper Ma$e owes a total of $124,774.85 in back taxes to the I.R.S. Documents filed in Florida exposed the discrepancies dating to 2000, 2001 and 2004, around the time Ma$e stepped away from music to become a preacher. The Harlem World artist and former Diddy comrade last released a record in 2004, the comeback effort Welcome Back.

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