The rapper Lil Pump managed to settle a $1.6 million tax debt recently. However, fresh legal troubles have emerged for him. The IRS initially demanded payment for back taxes owed in 2021, followed by another bill for 2020. The agency placed a lien on his Miami Beach property, which he sold to NFL star Aaron Jones for $7 million in September, fulfilling his tax obligation.
Nonetheless, the saga continues. According to Radar Online, a company called IPFS Corporation filed a lawsuit against Lil Pump, asserting that he failed to fulfill payments on a Premium Finance Agreement. Although he paid some of the $85,000 owed, an outstanding balance of $8,352 remains. The company is seeking the full amount along with attorney fees, to which the rapper has not yet responded.
In separate news, Lil Pump remains an outspoken supporter of former President Donald Trump and holds strong opinions about President Joe Biden. Taking to Instagram, the Florida native reaffirmed his backing for Trump in the 2024 election. He criticized those who changed their opinions about Trump, condemning those who voted for Biden.
Despite his vocal support for Trump, it was discovered that Lil Pump did not cast a vote in the 2020 election, as he was not registered as a voter in Florida. Despite his campaign trail activities for Trump and his statements about leaving the country if Biden won, he didn’t participate in the election itself.
He had been one of several rappers who publicly supported Trump in the lead-up to the election. Pump even appeared at a Trump campaign rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and was called “Lil Pimp” by Trump during the event.