Lauryn Hill Pleads Guilty, Admits to "Intentionally and Willingly" Failing to File Her Taxes - Faces 3 Years in Prison tinyurl.com/c3mgzrs—
Pop Addicts (@PopAddicts_) June 29, 2012
Grammy-winning solo artist and former Fugee Lauryn Hill faces three years in prison after pleading guilty to tax evasion.
Lauryn Hill was "miseducated" on how to pay her taxes—
Reddy Krueger (@RedKraus) June 29, 2012
Her 1998 debut solo album, “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill,” won the singer five Grammy Awards, including Best New Artist and Album of the Year. Hill never produced a follow-up album.
Prison certainly doesn’t have to end her music career. Lil Wayne managed to release an album from jail.
And now I hear Lauryn Hill's probably going to jail for 3 years… Another dashed hope of an album —
Jeremiah Ayo Ajayi (@jerestheword) June 29, 2012
Some fans hope for the best.
The "tortured genius" excuse is running out for Lauryn Hill. This is a life/career defining moment for her. I hope she pulls her self up.—
Bruce Wayne (@Pooch_Rebel) June 29, 2012
Enough miseducation. There must be a lesson in here somewhere.
Pay your taxes so you won't be like :Lauryn Hill !!!—
Genesis Beckford (@_GinLing) June 29, 2012