Ma$e was hit with a second tax lien, The Jasmine Brand reports.

The new documents, filed in Georgia, say the rapper owes $41,525.14 to the State. He reportedly did not pay $19,538 worth of taxes in 2004. The state says he now owes $41,525.14 because of interest, penalties and collection fees.

Last month, Ma$e was given a tax lien of more than $12,000 for unpaid taxes from 2010.

(This article was first published on September 28, 2015 and is as follows.)

Ma$e was given a federal tax lien on September 3, The Jasmine Brand reports.

The rapper is being accused of failing to pay $12,036.51 worth of taxes in 201o. The IRS filed the case in Georgia. It is threatening to seize his property if he does not pay the debt.

Ma$e lost a lawsuit over the art for his “Why Can’t We” single in December and must pay $7,500 to the model who appears on the cover.

He also filed for divorce from his wife in April of 2014 and, in the agreement that stemmed from the case, he must pay her $6,000 per month.

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