Young Buck has filed a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Case in the Middle District of Tennessee, and the battle is heating up between Young Buck (David Brown) and 50 Cent’s G-Unit Records about what to do with the remainder of Young Buck’s recording contract with G-Unit.
Plus, Young Buck owes $170,983.00 to 50 Cent on a personal loan. Yikes.
The Wall Street Journal Bankruptcy Blog has a good summary of the issues set for hearing on July 19, 2011.
Here is a copy of the Objection to the Young Buck Chapter 11 Plan filed by G-Unit. An interesting excerpt:
…there is a significant question as to whether the Debtor can manage his business affairs throughout the course of the Plan to sustain any level of success going forward to fund the Plan. At the recent 2004 examination of the Debtor, he had trouble identifying where he had been on tour, who had booked his travel, how he had even gotten from one place to another…
Just another day in the Nashville Bankruptcy Courts.
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I wonder how much of Buck’s issues are just typical entertainer issues–he doesn’t know what city he just played and which city is next?
Thanks for the info.