Should Making It Rain Be Tax Deductible?!

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Carson Carson Daly
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Looking for a good tax write-off? Perhaps you should give making it rain a try!

You know, it’s when a rapper rolls up to a party and showers one very lucky crowd with some of their hard-earned cash.

Drake dropped $50,000 just the other day at a strip club!

Many of the most famous rappers brag about doing it on their tracks and now some of them are arguing that they should be able to write it off on their tax return.

And as ridiculous as that may sound to you, it may be legit!

Making it rain “is good for business and promotion that comes with the lifestyle of a rapper,” Game told TMZ. “They bump our music in a strip club, so me giving the girls a little bit of change to shake their a** – that comes with the business. Everybody wins.”

Well, someone actually took the time to research this and found they might be able to justify to the IRS that strip club tips are “entertainment business expenses,” as long as it’s not lavish or extravagant. Yup, this could really happen.

  • Do you think rappers should get a “making it rain” tax deduction? Vote in our poll below!

-Sarah Carroll, 97.1 AMP Radio/Los Angeles

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