Young Buck achieved gold and platinum success when his first two albums Straight Outta Cashville and Buck the World were released in 2004 and 2007, respectively.But after a disagreement with 50 Cent, G-Unit’s CEO, Young Buck was dropped from the label and his career and financial situation suffered tremendously.
Young Buck, who filed for bankruptcy in 2010, was recently evicted from his Tennessee home that he has lived in since 2004.
According to reports, Young Buck was forced to leave his 5,000-square-foot home on May 16 and the proceeds from the sale of the property will go toward paying the $333,975.69 he owes to the I.R.S.
However, Young Buck isn’t the only rapper or musician to lose a substantial amount of money. Here are five reasons rappers go broke.