Former G-Unit soldier Young Buck is finally a free man. Buck released the following message via Twitter announcing his release.
Buck served 18 months at Yazoo City Medium Security Federal Prison in Southern Mississippi for weapon possession and parole violation. The Tennessee rapper will be coming home debt free, emerging from bankruptcy with a clean slate.
TMZ reports that Young Buck will have a clean slate financially now that lawyers, the bankruptcy trustee, and the government will have to split $330,000 from the rapper. It’s currently unclear how much each party will receive from that amount.
Unfortunately for 50 Cent and G-Unit Records, they won’t see any of the money they’re owed from Buck, which is said to be in the thousands. Among the money owed is the remaining balance on a $300,000 loan 50 Cent personally dished out to the Straight Outta Cashville rapper.