Former rap superstar MC Hammer is going to have to dig up a large sum of money ASAP to pay the federal government.

The Internal Revenue Service claims the “Too Legit To Quit” hit maker failed to pay his taxes for the years of 1996 and 1997. They’ve hit him with a $798,033.48 bill. According to TMZ, all money his LLC earns will have to go directly to the U.S. Treasury Department until the debt is paid back in full.

Hammer, real name Stanley Burrell, was a household name in the late 80’s and early 90’s when he packed arenas from coast to coast with his energetic stage shows, combining catchy songs with incredible dance moves.

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Dru Tyler is an American entrepreneur, inventor, publicist, software engineer, investor, A&R for UMG, and a journalist. He is a co-founder of Daily Rap News the CNN of the Rap World. Dru has been publicly associated with the late Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Young Jeezy, Lil Kim and Junior Mafia and more.

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Dru Tyler is an American entrepreneur, inventor, publicist, software engineer, investor, A&R for UMG, and a journalist. He is a co-founder of Daily Rap News the CNN of the Rap World. Dru has been publicly associated with the late Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Young Jeezy, Lil Kim and Junior Mafia and more.