Rapper Young Buck may have to give up his gold teeth, among other valuables, in his bankruptcy proceedings.
The "Short Wanna Ride" rapper will likely be forced to hand over his gold fronts, a diamond chain, Ford F-150, Rolls-Royce, Cash App donations, and a motorcycle in order to pay a long list of creditors.
Buck is scheduled to appear in court on May 6th, where he will have to explain any finances he may be concealing. Recently, his social media posts show him enjoying a rapper lifestyle filled with jewelry and other luxuries.
This has brought his financial status into question after he has claimed to be in a dire economic situation. In addition to debt collectors, Buck owes back child support and 50 Cent for a failed 2014 deal.
The Nashville star originally signed to 50 Cent's G-Unit imprint in 2003. After several years of releasing group and solo projects, their relationship soured. The split left 50 and Buck to feud for years before reconciling for the 2014 agreement. However, 50 accused Buck of failing to produce the music he agreed to release, leading to a renewed beef.
Buck has slammed his former label head for forcing him to file for bankruptcy, claiming that the "Power" creator restricted him from releasing new music.