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Young Buck, former member of the hip-hop group G-Unit, has reportedly been given the boot from his Tennessee mansion by the IRS.  Although the feds have caused the rapper to be homeless, they are still demanding $333,975.69, reports TMZ.

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Young Buck, whose actual name is David Darnell Brown, was ordered to vacate his 5,000-square-foot luxe digs by May 16th.

The details of Young Buck’s IRS case are still murky, but according to TMZ, a judge in his bankruptcy case approved the sale of the southern mansion and ordered that the monies made on its sale go toward paying down his whopping debt.

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Young Buck, who is also president of his own record label Ca$hville Records, was spotted last week moving boxes from his former residence.  Unfortunately, this is the third strike of bad luck for the performer.

In August 2010, Young Buck filed for bankruptcy protection after an IRS raid on his home.  The feds had scheduled the sale of his properties after the seizure in October 2010, but his legal team put a halt to it because Young Buck claimed that the properties belonged to his children.  At the time, Buck agreed to sell off his $638,500 home in order to pay off his federal debt.

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In March of this year, Young Buck was also the victim of a drive-by shooting.  The 31-year-old and his girlfriend, Kenyetta Rainey, were in an SUV when a car drove by and opened fire on the couple 11 times.  Young Buck came away from the shooting unscathed but Raines was struck in the shoulder.

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