Young Buck was evicted from his mansion in Tennessee, so that the home could be sold in order to pay off Young Buck's debt.
Young Buck seems to be having a hard time recently. On top of being shot at 11 times, being broke and having to sell off his name, and having to return to prison in two months, he got evicted from his mansion in Tennessee.
TMZ reports that the former G-Unit rapper was evicted on May 16th from his 5,000 square foot home.
Although all the details surround his eviction aren't clear, the court documents show that the Judge in Buck's bankruptcy case signed off on the sale of the home and ordered that the proceeds go to paying his I.R.S. debt of $333,975.69.