Lil Wayne has reportedly settled up with the IRS over his $14-million tax bill.

On Friday, Wayne coughed up the cash to settle his debt stemming from two multi-million dollar liens, according to court documents. Wayne reportedly failed to make two tax payments: a $7,341,399.07 tax payment in 2011 and another for $6,853,545.77 in 2012, for a grand total of $14,194,944.84. The IRS filed tax liens against the rapper in 2017.

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The rapper came into some money when he settled with Birdman after their years-long dispute over his record deal. Wayne sued Birdman’s Cash Money Records label to have his record deal voided, accusing the label of owing him tens of millions of dollars. Last year, Wayne reportedly received an eight-figure payout from Universal Record Group, officially cutting ties with Cash Money.

The rapper addressed his tax problems in December while performing in Chicago, thanking Jay-Z for his help.

“There’s people like Jay-Z,” he announced to fans. “He helped me when I was really, really, really down. Really, really, really down. Jay don’t want me to tell nobody. That man helped me with my taxes. He’s a real friend, y’all.”