Young Buck’s Belongings Sold For $53,000 in IRS Auction [Details/Video]
Rucuss staffJuly 27, 2012
Rapper Yung Buck, a former member of G-Unit, had his personal belongings auctioned off by the Internal Revenue Service in an attempt to collect on his over $300,000 in unpaid taxes.
Buck, whose real name is David Darnell Brown, was forced to put all his items up for auction in Tennessee Thursday. All the items sold for a total of $53,000 with Buck’s ‘615’ Cashville medallion chain selling for $12,300, WKRN reports. The chain, which was appraised at $20,000, was the most valuable possession in the auction.
An estimated 80-90 people attended the auction, which included various recording equipment, jewelry, awards and electronics. The auction took place two weeks after Buck was sentenced to 18 months in jail for weapons charges and tax debt, which begins August 13.
Buck took it all in stride. He claims he bought his chain, he tweeted:
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