Ex-G-Unit Star Young Buck Files for Bankruptcy, Relies Financially on His Girlfriend
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In court papers, the Nashville rapper states that he has no property, money in the bank or cash in his pockets, and only has $100 in clothes and $100 in jewelry.

AceShowbiz - Young Buck no longer has "Money in the Bank". The former G-Unit member, whose real name is David Darnell Brown, claims he has been broke and has to rely financially on his girlfriend for his basic day to day needs.

The rapper has filed for bankruptcy and according to amended bankruptcy documents filed last week and obtained by BOSSIP, he states that he has no property, money in the bank or cash in his pockets. He says that he owns just $100 in clothes and $100 in jewelry.

According to court papers, the 39-year-old, who also became a member of hip-hop group UTP Playas after leaving Cash Money in 2001, says that he drives his girlfriend's car and uses her household goods in the home they share. He also says that he owed $50,239 to the IRS and another $106,000 in child support to two baby mamas in Georgia and Tennessee.

Buck claims that his sole source of income this year has been from several copyrighted mixtapes, including "10 Bricks", "10 Bullets" and "10 Bodies", which totaled in $35,000. While he's also entitled to royalty payments, he says that he hasn't received any payments.

Buck has requested that 50 Cent and the rest of G-Unit be barred from collecting any money through the bankruptcy filing. Buck filed for bankruptcy in May in possible attempt to dodge his debt to Fiddy. In the court documents, he said that he wanted to "reject any and all executory contracts with G-Unit and/or Curtis Jackson."

Buck and Fifty had a fall-out years ago and the "In da Club" rapper has made no secret of their beef. The "Power" co-creator often trolls the Nashville star on social media and has been spreading rumors about his sexuality.

In May 2019, Fifty blocked the release of Buck's "Road Trip" video with a copyright claim. The latter hit back by dropping two diss tracks aimed at the Queens artist, titled "The Story of Foofy" and "Foofy". He most recently released EP "Outbreak" on May 22.

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