The poorest rapper in 2021 is Young Buck. Young Buck has an estimated net worth of $100,000. He heads his own record label, Cashville Records, and was a member of the former hip hop group G-Unit.
Young Buck began facing financial challenges and filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection in August 2010. His properties were seized by the IRS. On July 25 and 26, a public auction was held at the estate that Young Buck owns. Property to be sold includes Watches, a 50 Cent Plaque, Artwork, a soda machine, his studio equipment, and more.
Young Buck was born David Darnell Brown on March 15, 1981, in Nashville, Tennessee, in the United States of America.
Young Buck started rapping at the age of 12. He later performed for Brian “Baby” Williams, co-founder of Cash Money, a label he was on for many years. He left the label in 2000. 50 Cent later signed him to G-Unit Records, under Interscope.
In 2000, Young Buck was shot multiple times during a home invasion at his home in Nashville. The assailants were in search of narcotics. Buck required a blood transfusion at Vanderbilt hospital as a result of the life-threatening injuries.
Young Buck was later sentenced to Seven Months in Prison for Violating Conditions of Supervised Release and Probation.