And to make matters worse, the state’s tax warrant was filed at Tony Yayo’s plush Long Island home, which is now underwater and in pre-foreclosure, according to public records.
Yayo bought the property, set on one acre, for 9,990 in 2006, but today, the home is worth closer to approximately 3,000, according to public records.
Released following a highly publicized campaign by G-Unit, to release Tony Yayo from prison prior to the song's release, "So Seductive" is an uptempo "club banger" containing elements of string instruments and a repetitive bassline in its instrumentation.
The song received little promotion from Tony Yayo at the time of its release, as he was still under house arrest following the end of his prison sentence, although he has since performed the song during various live performances.
While the tax department spokesman said he couldn’t comment on specific cases, he said the department tries to reach out to people who are behind on their taxes to alert them to the debt before they put a warrant out.
But thanks to his lawyer Scott Leemon, Yayo's charges were eventually However, G-Unit's Lowell "Lodi Mack" Fletcher stepped up and said he did in fact assault Henchman's son and was sentenced to nine months in prison.
Two weeks after being released from prison, Lodi Mack was shot and killed in the Bronx.
But that’s not according to the state of New York, which has accused 39-year-old Yayo of being a major tax scofflaw and has filed two tax warrants against the rapper for some .8 million, according to public records obtained by BOSSIP.
The New York State Department of Taxation filed the two open warrants – the most recent one in Nov.