Atlanta, GA – Quavo is paying off his dues.

According to the Blast, the Georgia Department of Revenue filed a launch of a tax lien towards the Migos member that he was hit with in June. The lien accused Quavo of failing to pay up on a state tax invoice he owed in 2016.

The quantity was solely $9,000, however after seemingly neglecting the invoice, it grew to $14,055.06. However, the lien has been launched and it’s now not enforceable since Quavo paid the debt in full.

His bandmate and nephew Takeoff additionally obtained a invoice for unpaid taxes totaling $14,348.23 from the identical yr, reportedly on the identical day.

On a a lot lighter word, Quavo is anticipated to launch his first solo album this week, Quavo Huncho, which is able to characteristic visitor appearances from Drake, Cardi B, Travis Scott and extra.

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