Rapper Young Buck's IRS Auction Cancelled

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The auction of the possessions of rapper Young Buck (real name David Darnell Brown) that was scheduled for Thursday was cancelled by the IRS because he is now back under the protection of the bankruptcy court. With the cancellation, the rapper wrote on his Twitter, “Sorry PEOPLE, there will be no AUCTION of my STUFF tomorrow!! Lol!! TRY AGAIN. HUH ???”

Some of Young Buck’s possessions that were supposed to go under the hammer were a 3 foot tall Santa Claus, his gold and platinum records, a picture of Snoop Dogg with Tupac and faux-fur coats.

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Topics:  Auction, Celebrities, IRS

Published In: Bankruptcy Updates, Tax Updates

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