Family Tree, a record label owned by Cassper Nyovest, is reportedly owing to the South Africa Revenue Service (SARS) and has received a letter of demand to pay within ten days or…
A report by News24 indicated that Family Tree is owing R135 155.19 to the SARS. Failure to pay might cause the SARS to attack the properties of the company.
By the way, this isn’t the first time the songster has had issues with the SARS. In 2019, the SARS had filed a case against the record label for failing to pay income tax amounting to R3.6 million.
A report by Sunday World had claimed that the rapper owed the service R3 076 140, 32 but increased to R3 690 570.97 to include interest and penalties.
At the time, Cassper Nyovest had tweeted that 2019 was a particularly tough year for him financially and then the taxman had complicated things. But God made a way. You can check out the tweet.
Hopefully, the same God will make a way this time, too.
By the way, Cass isn’t the only celeb facing serious issues with the taxman. Zahara has precisely the same problem with her company Zahara Trading (Pty), and a court recently issued a warrant for her arrest.