- Rapper Da Les is facing a lawsuit from SARS
- The recording artist owes R155 000 in back taxes and penalties
- SARS is seeking to attach his property in order to settle the debt
SARS is coming for rapper Da Les over unpaid taxes.
Sunday World reports that SARS has filed papers at the Johannesburg High Court seeking to attach Da Les' property to settle a R155 000 debt.
Da Les' record label, Fresh 2 Def Productions, owes R131 000 in unpaid taxes and the rest is accrued penalties.
SARS alleges that Da Les has ignored all pleas to pay his taxes.
He has not made a single payment or attempted to set up any payment plan, hence the court case.
The rapper was unavailable for comment on the matter.
Four months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Da Les was forced to deny claims that he was a rapist after he was anonymously accused of the crime on Twitter.
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