Tennessee rapper Young Buck, 31, was evicted from his mansion following a judge’s order that his home be sold to pay back the debt he owes in unpaid taxes. Young Buck, whose real name is David Darnell Brown, owes $334,000 to the IRS.

Brown initially filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to put his debt on hold before switching to Chapter 7, which allows Brown to sell his assets to pay off his debts, Reuters reported.

Last month, IRS agents raided the mansion and took his property, including his watches, tattoo kit, leather chairs, craps table, and refrigerator. Brown’s home and possession are believed to be enough to pay off his debt.

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