Young Buck Files For Bankruptcy; Items Seized | Young Buck | Rap Basement
Former G-Unit member Young Buck has reportedly filed for bankruptcy just weeks after his home in Tennessee was raided by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Better known to the government as David Darnell Brown, Young Buck filed for protection under chapter 13 of the bankruptcy code.
Items the IRS took…
• A “Breitling Bentley Watch with diamond face and band,” said to be worth $31,000. • More than $20,000 worth of music-recording gear. • More than a dozen plaques, photos and other memorabilia related to albums by rapper 50 Cent, with who Brown has been in a feud for several years. • A portrait of rappers Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, 50 Cent, Eminem and Young Buck. • “G-Unit Beg for Mercy Award pictures.” • “Faux fur men’s light grey coat w/ ‘YB Cashville’ stitched inside.” • Six televisions, including four with screen dimensions between 43 and 55 inches. • “Ms. Pac Man video game.” • “Hand crafted snake skin purse from Nigeria.” • “Indigenous Art from Australia.” • “X-Box machine.” (Brown complained after the raid that “they took my kids’ Playstation.”)