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Court documents unravel that a judge handling the 'Shorty Wanna Ride' rapper's bankruptcy case has ordered that proceed from the sale of his house will be used to pay his debt in unpaid taxes.
Though the 'Let Me In' rapper and another passenger manage to dodge the bullets during the drive-by shooting, his girlfriend needs to be treated at a local hospital since she got hit in the shoulder.
Officials from America's Internal Revenue Service raided his house in Tennessee and found a gun and ammunition.
The rapper's bankruptcy lawyer said they agreed on a payment plan which would force him to sell some of his properties.
The rapper has to file for bankruptcy not because he lacks of money bills but because he has to release himself from the contractual obligation with G-Unit.
The former G-Unit member has to let go of his recording equipment, jewelery, furniture and even his children's Playstation 3 games console to cover his debt.