The rapper had a tax lien placed against her to the tune of $391,056.55 for unpaid income taxes from 2014 -- the year her album, The New Classic, was released, which contained the hit singles "Fancy," "Black Widow," "Work," and "Change Your Life."
Although the 25-year-old singer isn't staying quiet about the news. In a series of messages on Twitter, Azalea argued that the lien document, which ET has obtained, has been reported out of context and that she's been paying the IRS on a monthly basis.
"[The media] are trying to make it into something now because they were hoping some more nick mess would happen and now that it hasnt and its getting boring they need 2 create something else," Azalea continued. "Its super corny, but i know the way it works this time around and its expected."
Azalea perhaps summed up her emotions about the tax lien news best when she tweeted, "*sits in dream house, f**ks dream man, wears dream clothing, drives dream car, lives dream life* baaaaiiiii lol."