Fans Will Listen To 'Hot In Herre' 287 Million Times To Get Nelly Out Of Debt

All the beautiful moments you and the rest of your heathens spent in middle school swearing you had it locked at the top of the Four Seasons are about to come rushing back to you thanks to our greatest national pastime: tax evasion.

On Sunday, TMZ reported rapper Nelly faced a $2.4 million federal tax lien. In response, fans began a grassroots movement to keep the 41-year-old's assets and property from being seized by the IRS.

It's up to those of us who spent our formative years shouting “I AM…GETTIN'…SO HOT…I WANNA TAKE MY CLOOOTHES OFF!” to stream Nelly's hit “Hot In Herre” until our man is out of debt.

Nelly needs at least 287,176,547 “Hot In Herre” streams to pay off his IRS debt — SPIN (@SPINmagazine) September 12, 2016

Despite having our own lives, jobs and secrets that can't leave Cancun, let's each do our part to help Nelly.

@SPINmagazine — Nick Hannula (@NickHannula) September 12, 2016
@SPINmagazine — Bre'on (@_BayBey) September 12, 2016
@SPINmagazine Say no more. — Pillsbury Doughbroad (@EdgarAlanFro) September 13, 2016

Do it for the former sweaty mass of 12-year-olds, huddled together at a dance in the multipurpose room, begging to know, “What good is all the fame if you ain't fuckin' the models?”

We're here for you, Nelly. Can't nobody stop the juice.

Citations: People are streaming 'Hot in Herre' on repeat to save Nelly from debt (Indy 100)