The tax news comes as the rapper, now known as Ye, is seeing his finances decline after making a series of antisemitic remarks.
Suspended from Twitter, the rapper went on Instagram to spew a bizarre, eugenics-themed conspiracy theory about the Tesla billionaire.
The "Face the Nation" moderator had a tense exchange with Rep. Mike Turner (R-Ohio) after asking about the former president on Sunday.
The comedian killed with a Borat riff on Ye's antisemitism as President Joe Biden and the Kennedy Center honorees looked on.
"That's not cool," Musk said on a Twitter roundtable.
"Yeezy come, Yeezy go," the London-based studio wrote in its promotion.
Trump’s failure to condemn antisemitism and to distance himself from antisemites like Kanye West is “just wrong," Israel's returning prime minister said.
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Multiple Ye-themed internet communities have criticized the rapper for his recent antisemitic remarks and praise for Adolf Hitler.
The radio host's comments come after Ye praised Adolf Hitler during an interview with conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.