Posting On Social Media May Have Just Caused Young Buck's Bankruptcy Case To Take A Bad Turn

Young Buck is in a bit of trouble with the United States Bankruptcy Court — and it’s all thanks to some ill-advised social media posts.

According to Complex, the rapper born David Darnell Brown has made some Instagram posts that have raised the collective eye of the federal courts. Apparently, he’d been posting about some of his things — such as a motorcycle, a set of gold grills, and even CashApp donations — which he’d previously not disclosed to the courts in his initial bankruptcy filing.

Young Buck filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in January of 2020 — shortly before the pandemic — to avoid paying a litany of creditors, including the mother of his children, the IRS, and even Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson himself.

The Cashville rapper claimed that he initially filed for bankruptcy to get out of his G-Unit obligations. In addition to not honoring his contractual commitment to the label, Young Buck also claimed that he owed 50 Cent more than $250,000 in a personal loan — and he was unable to make good on those obligations.

At the time in which the posts were allegedly made, he was paying about $500 a month to the bankruptcy trustee until he could come to a formal agreement with the courts. Now, however, Young Buck is due in court on May 6 to respond to these new allegations.

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