VANDERPUMP Rules’ alum Jax Taylor is selling video messages to fans for $145 each on Cameo.
The fired reality star’s new business venture comes as he owes “$1.2M in taxes.”
Vanderpump Rules’ alum Jax Taylor is selling video messages to fans for $145 each on CameoCredit: Cameo
The fired reality star’s new business venture comes as he owes ‘$1.2M in taxes’Credit: NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via
Jax launched his cameo writing: “Hey guys, I am finally on Cameo and excited to raise money for a special cause.
“I lost my father to cancer so anything I can do to help eliminate this awful illness.”
He is charging $145 for the shoutouts.
He is charging $145 for the shoutoutsCredit: Getty – Contributor
Proceeds from the video will go to Cancer charityCredit: Cameo
Jax launched his cameo writing: ‘Hey guys, I am finally on Cameo and excited to raise money for a special cause’Credit: Cameo
He recently purchased a $2M Los Angeles mansion with Brittany but explained on Instagram Live: “Oh yeah, I had a bad tax situation. I had a bad bookkeeper. We all get bad bookkeepers.
“I suggest researching your bookkeeper when you pay your taxes because I got f***ed.”
He added: “I’m fixing it. It’s not a big deal.”
The former Vanderpump Rules star recently sounded off on his huge $1.2million tax debt, insisting it’s ‘not a big deal’
Earlier this week, Jax and his wife Brittany welcomed their first child, a baby boy named Cruz, on April 12thCredit: Instagram/Brittany Cartwright
In December, Jax and Brittany announced they will not be returning next season to Vanderpump RulesCredit: Getty Images – Getty
The new dad posted: “My dad instincts kicked in and everything else in life seems insignificant.
“Watching my wife give birth to my son was absolutely incredible. It’s amazing to see what the human body can do. Brittany is the strongest woman I know.”
In December, Jax and Brittany announced they will not be returning next season to Vanderpump Rules.
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