Good news for Young Buck. The rapper, real name David Darnell Brown, whose possessions were auctioned off in July by the Internal Service Revenue and raked in $53,000, now has a fresh slate following his bankruptcy.
The G-Unit member issued two bankruptcy filings after racking up thousands of dollars in tax debt this past summer. While it didn't stop him from purchasing some of his belongings back, including a fur coat and a necklace, he consequently served 18 months in prison after being charged as a convicted felon with possession of a firearm.
Now, TMZ reports that things are looking up for the Beg For Mercy MC, especially since the $300K loan 50 Cent gave him is now voided, along with the $10 million allegedly owed to G-Unit. There was even an outstanding balance of $171,000 from Fif's payment.
The Nashville-bred rapper's lawyers and the IRS, however, will get the most bang from Buck by splitting up about $330K.