Tucker Jokes About Money Woes In Stand-up Show

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October 14, 2011 | 2:15pm EST

Funnyman Chris Tucker is laughing off his financial woes by cracking jokes about his money troubles as part of his comedy stand-up routine.
The Rush Hour star was hit with a staggering $11 million tax bill from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) last year and reports suggesting he’s facing foreclosure on his $6 million mansion in Florida emerged this week.

But Tucker is not letting his cash worries get him down – and he has worked them into his comedy show.

During a recent performance in Miami, Florida, the comedian joked, “They (IRS officials) calling you acting like you owe them the money personally! I don’t owe you s**t! This is between me and the company!”

Tucker even poked fun at another embattled actor who was sentenced to prison for tax troubles, quipping, “That’s the last time I let Wesley Snipes help me out with my taxes!”

Snipes began a three-year prison sentence last December for neglecting to file income tax returns in 1999, 2000 and 2001.