Rapper Beanie Sigel was finally sentence in his tax evasion case on Thursday (July 12), following two postponements.
According to MyFox Philly, the rapper (real name: Dwight Grant) has been sentenced to two years in prison for failing to pay more than $728,000 in federal income taxes, authorities say.
According to the charges, Sigel earned more than $3.2 million between 1999 and 2005, but paid just $10,000 in taxes.
Beans was previously scheduled for sentencing last November, but then it was pushed to April; and in April, things were postponed until this Thursday (July 12) when his face was finally laid down. He pleaded guilty back in August.
The judge on the case ordered Sigel to pay all taxes, penalties, and interest as determined by the IRS and to fully cooperate with them, which he’s failed to do, to-date, officials said in a news release.
Sigel has been ordered to report to prison on September 12.