Young Buck Evicted: Bankrupt Rapper Forced to Sell Tennessee Home
There's only one thing worse than moving, and that's moving when a court has mandated that you vacate your home. Such is the situation Young Buck finds himself in, TMZ reports. The onetime G-Unit rapper has been evicted from the Tennessee mansion he bought in 2004.
According to the gossip site, a judge in the MC's bankruptcy case ordered him to sell his 5,000-square-foot pad and use the cash to pay off the $333,975.69 tax debt he's racked up with the IRS.
Buck -- who was shot at 11 times back in March -- was seen last week carrying boxes out of the house. He's yet to comment on the eviction.
As it happens, he won't need to look for a new place right away. In a recent video interview, RapFix reports, the embattled artist has revealed that he's heading to prison for two months.
"F--- with me for real, hold me down -- and when I get out of the penitentiary, all you rap n----s better get the f--- out the way," he said. "I ain't even gonna say no names, but it's a good thing I'm about to go to the penitentiary."
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