The legal dispute between 50 Cent and Young Buck continues as 50 claims that Buck released work that was in violation of his contract before and after he filed for bankruptcy in January 2020.
According to legal documents obtained by AllHipHop, 50’s legal team is asserting that Buck did not fulfill the requirements of his 2014 contract which 50 paid him $250,000 for. 50, who claims that he is owed two albums from Buck, wants that money back and is also accusing the rapper of not revealing royalties he received from the music he released.
50 is requesting that the money he claims he is owed not be discharged in Buck’s bankruptcy filing. He wants those debts to be declared non-dischargeable and is looking to be awarded “further relief as it deems just and proper.”
“By failing to disclose the Works and the Royalties, including without limitation at his meeting of creditors and in his petition and schedules, Defendant, with intent to hinder, delay, or defraud a creditor, creditors, and/or an officer of the estate, has transferred, removed, destroyed, mutilated, or concealed, or has permitted to be transferred, removed, destroyed, mutilated, or concealed his Property, within one year before the Petition Date, or property of the estate, after the Petition Date,” 50 Cent’s legal team said in a statement.
Taking it a step further, 50 is also claiming that Buck did not reveal the ownership of his 2017 F-250 black truck and is linking that back to the bankruptcy case as well.
“By failing to disclose that he owned the Black Truck, including without limitation at his meeting of creditors and on his schedules, Defendant knowingly and fraudulently, in or on connection with the Bankruptcy Case, made a false oath or account,” 50 Cent’s attorneys added.
Buck has since claimed that the vehicle was totaled.
This all plays into the former G-Unit rapper already having to possibly forfeit jewelry and other valuable belongings to pay-off creditors, including gold teeth caps, gold chains, his 615 Cashville Records gold and diamond chain, a Rolls-Royce, a motorcycle, and CashApp donations he received.