Tyga’s money struggles continue to pile up as the rapper is served with another bill this time from the Internal Revenue Service. According to TMZ, the Compton rhymer was hit with a tax lien from the State of California for $19,124.98.

The IRS claims that Tyga failed to pay the state in 2009, 2010 and 2011. Although the bill is fairly small it adds on to the numerous legal bills he has racked up with in the past year.

For starters, in 2014, Tyga was hit with a federal tax lien for owing $100,000 in federal back taxes for 2009, 2010 and 2011. In May of this year, the "Rack City" rapper was slapped with a lawsuit by his landlord for not paying $124,000 in back rent. On top of that, his former managers, C & J Management, is suing him for $4 million for services rendered.

With this many lawsuits, Tyga needs to get a hold of his financial situation ASAP. The 25-year-old rhymer should also keep an eye on his accountant. We are just saying.

Despite his legal woes, Tyga continues to put out music. The former Cash Money artist just released his Fuk Wat They Talkin' Bout mixtape.

Attorneys for Tyga had no comment on his legal matters.

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