Skip To Content

    People Are Streaming And Buying Nelly's Music To Get Him Out Of $2 Million Debt


    According to TMZ, Nelly owes the US government over $2 million in taxes.

    Luckily for him, the internet has united by streaming and buying his music in order to get him out of debt.

    I turned on Hot in Herre on @AppleMusic and will leave it on repeat for the rest of the night. Join me #SaveNelly

    People have really gone the extra mile just to help.


    Just started playing Hot in Herre on Spotify on mute and on repeat #Nelly

    Fans are also taking this time to appreciate the amazing things Nelly has done for the culture:

    when Kelly asked Nelly where he was via an excel spreadsheet #SaveNelly

    All the school dances.

    #SaveNelly my childhood hero ๐Ÿ˜”

    We should also never forget when Nelly did one of the greatest genre crossovers of all time, with Tim McGraw.

    And when he made wearing a Band-Aid a thing.

    Band-Aid God.

    I remember how Nelly made it cool to wear a band-aid on your face because it looked cool #savenelly

    People are also cherishing Nelly's performance in his film debut, The Longest Yard.

    Overall, people are really doing their part for Nelly and it's amazing.

    It would really help if people started calling into radio stations & tweeting radio DJs about playing Nelly's hits this morning! #SaveNelly


    Hot in Herre bout to be #1 again ๐Ÿ˜‚ this what happens when black people come together #SaveNelly

    According this person's calculations, Nelly needs over 30 million streams to be debt-free. Well, fans are doing all they can!

    Nelly's representatives have been contacted for comment.