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.
Things are taking a turn for the worse for Young Buck. TMZ has just brought up a report that the former member of G-Unit, who filed for bankruptcy back in 2010, has been ordered to vacate his 5,000-square-foot home in Tennessee by May 16, and he still owes I.R.S. more than $300k in unpaid taxes.
Court documents regarding his eviction showed that the sale of Buck's house, which was bought in 2004, has been signed off by a judge handling his bankruptcy case. It also uncovered that the judge ordered that the proceed from the sale will be used to pay off the 31-year-old rapper's $333,975.69 debt.
According to the gossip site, the "Let Me In" rapper was seen carrying boxes and removing all of his belongings from the house earlier this week.
While he has yet to comment about his eviction, Buck recently informed his fans that he's going to serve time behind bars. "I got to go to the penitentiary for two months," he said in his v-log. "F**k with me for real, hold me down. And when I get out of the penitentiary, all you rap n****s better get the f**k 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."
Buck, whose real name is David Darnell Brown, became a target in a drive-by shooting back in March. It was reported that the MC, who faced gun charges in 2011, escaped unscathed when nearly a dozen bullets were fired at his SUV when a white Chevrolet Tahoe drove past it at approximately 3:30 A.M. on March 4.