More hard times for Young Buck as TMZ reports the rapper was recently evicted from his mansion in Tennessee.
The terms of the eviction are unclear, but the judge in Buck's 2010 bankruptcy case signed off on the sale of the house to help pay his massive debt to the IRS. The former G-Unit member currently owes $333,975.69 in unpaid taxes.
TMZ says Buck was seen moving things out of the house in boxes last week.
As if losing his house weren't enough, the "Shorty Wanna Ride" rapper has also confirmed that he's heading back to prison in the next two months.
“I got to go to the penitentiary in like two months. F--- with me for real, hold me down,” he said in a recent video interview.
Buck didn't say what infraction led to the prison time. He was arrested in 2005 for gun possession and again in 2007 for missing a court date related to a traffic violation.
The Nashville native said he plans to get back to music when he is released from jail.
“When I get out of the penitentiary, all you rap n----s better get the f--- out the way. I ain’t even gonna say no names, but it’s a good thing I’m about to go to the penitentiary,” he said.
Buck recently discussed the possibility of releasing new music with the G-Unit camp.
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