During CIAA, there are several day parties going on but the promoter Chris E definitely shut the city of Charlotte down by throwing one of biggest day parties hosted by the popular NY Power 105.1’s syndicated morning show “The Breakfast Club!” Along with the Breakfast club was none other than Rapper/Business entrepreneur 50CENT who also hosted the party and reality star Cardi B.
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Photos : Chris E presents the biggest #CIAA “Day Party” with Power 105’s ” The Breakfast Club, Cardi B, 50Cent and more !
Hip-hop is very drama filled due to the massive egos involved within the genre. Those same egos are needed to become successful, to a degree, what results is a lot of feuds and eventual reconciliations.
Young Buck is a free man. The rapper has been released from prison in Mississippi, after serving just under 14-months of an 18-month sentence for weapons charges. The former G-Unit emcee was slapped with the charges after the IRS raided his home in Tennessee in 2010 and found a 40-caliber Glock pistol. READ MORE
Young Buck is on the outside looking in to his Tennessee mansion.
TMZ says the troubled rapper has been evicted from his home. Details are still unclear about the eviction but Young Buck reportedly still owes the IRS almost 334-thousand-dollars in back taxes.
Buck was supposed to be out of the five-thousand-square foot estate by May 16th.
He was reportedly seen moving boxes from the home last week.
The former G-Unit rapper made headlines earlier this year after he managed to escape injury in a drive-by shooting incident in Nashville. Young Buck’s SUV was shot eleven times. His female passenger was hit once in the shoulder but was otherwise okay after she was patched up at a local hospital.
Former G-Unit rapper Young Buck is fortunate he wasn’t harmed during a drive-by shooting in Nashville, Tennessee. WSMV.com says the rapper’s SUV was shot eleven times early Sunday morning. A female passenger was hit once in the shoulder and was treated and released at Vanderbilt Hospital. A second passenger was not injured. No arrests have been reported in the case. READ MORE
Young Buck’s already difficult financial situation is taking a turn for the worse. The “Wall Street Journal” says the hip-hop star is now facing Chapter Seven liquidation. Young Buck and his Chapter Eleven trustee, Jeanne Burton, filed for bankruptcy back in June. At the time, they were hoping they could modify Young Buck’s agreements with 50 Cent’s G-Unit Records and Universal Music Group so that Buck could receive the necessary revenue to pay off his creditors. Unfortunately, Burton filed court papers last week stating that Young Buck and 50 Cent haven’t been able to come to an agreement. To make matters worse for Young Buck, Burton has become aware of a misappropriation of some of his funds. Burton says she discovered that a “former acquaintance” of the rapper was having performance and appearance fees wired to an unauthorized bank account opened for one of Young Buck’s companies. READ MORE
Rapper Young Buck faces claims that, according to reports, have reached $11.5 million; $10 million of which come from his former label, G-Unit. G-Unit Records has filed a $10 million claim against former artist Young Buck in the event that he breaches his contract with the label. Additionally, 50 Cent has filed a $171,000 claim against Young Buck for a loan he gave his former artist back in 2005.
Robin Mitchell Joyce, Buck’s attorney, blames 50’s G-Unit imprint and the deal they gave Buck for causing some of his financial woes.
Former G-Unit member Young Buck faces some hefty consequences after being charged with possession of firearm.
As he was charged and convicted of stabbing a man at the Vibe Awards in 2004, the rapper was forbidden to carry a gun as part of his sentencing. As he has broken this term, he now faces 10 years in prison. However, it seems the judge on his case is looking into possibly giving him the go-ahead to travel to Canada this week for a previously-scheduled performance there, before he hands down a final verdict. Do yall they if it was me or you the judge would let us leave the country to go work?