Documents detailing items seized from the home of Young Buck have hit the net.
As previously reported, the rapper who’s said to have finally been freed of his contract with G-Unit, was facing a $300,000 IRS tax lien.
Internal Revenue Service officials raided his Nashville home in early August reportedly taking video gaming systems and recording equipment.
Newly released documents show however that the IRS took much more than what was originally reported including:
Several plaques related to 50 Cent’s album sales, a “Bentley Watch with diamond face and band,” said to be worth $31,000, a “faux fur men’s light grey coat w/ ‘YB Cashville’ stitched inside” estimated to be worth $100, a “black cross with black stones and chain” estimated to be worth around $1,000, a Ms. Pacman video game, a handcrafted “snakeskin purse from Nigeria” worth $50, studio equipment and various awards from VIBE and XXL.
The IRS estimates that items were worth nearly $40,000 in total.
Buck, real name David D. Brown, has since filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Check out the official IRS documents below.