Young Buck's Personal Items On Sale On eBay For $300

Some of Young Buck's personal items are currently on sale on on eBay.

It looks like fans may have the opportunity to own a piece of Young Buck history. According to XXL, the currently incarcerated emcee has number of his personal possessions on sale on eBay.

A number of the former G-Unit member's personal goods are currently on sale on eBay through noted music memorabilia seller Vintagemusicgear. As of right now, Buck is selling a Live Mechanics jacket, an Artful Dodger coat, a Bachrach pinstripe suit and a full craps table.  

The first three clothing items from Buck's collection are currently selling for $300 bid price, and the craps table is selling for a $4,000 starting bid. The items currently listed on eBay reportedly came from the recent IRS auction of Buck's estate.

Young Buck is currently serving an 18 month stint in prison for possession of a deadly weapon. The complete list of items for sale can be found over at XXL.

RELATED: Young Buck Begins Serving 18 Months In Prison For Gun Possession

55 Comments

  • Anonymous

    "Iverson smartly had a an account set up with 32 million" Obviously that was when he was still playing dummy. You do read don't you? He's got an extensive gambling problem, and has been banned from numerous casinos. He even had his bank accounts frozen in order to pay back taxes. Now factor that nobody in the States will hire him for a job. Overseas could net him some millions, but he gets somewhere and then refuses to play. Like I said before, A.I. was a great player and I hope he finds a comeback, but this all goes back to the league who threw money at him back when he was a young thug just entering the league. These guys aren't prepared for life after the game. That's not David Stern's fault, but how much you wanna bet he could make one phone call and get Iverson a job as an analyst on TNT? If he really wanted too...

  • Jordan

    its a shame to see this happen to young buck hes the realest rapper in the gane since pac and kadafi. talented as well.

  • GBtha G

    I have no doubts the homie Buck will bounce back.they can take all his possessions but not his talent. Ok???? so yall muthafuckaz dat post bullshit on dis site mind yo damn biz coz I know u aint shit.Watch out 4 the creditors assholes!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous

    The reason he is broke is because he has the work ethic of the enitre unemployment line. He cannot manage his money properly. He lives life above his means. How is this mutt from a state where they claim they get it for "10k a key" YOU CANNOT GO BROKE getting it that cheap its impossible and whereever there is 10k a key you know you can get the Sour dz for 2500 a plate.Those 2 items will make someone well over 25-50k a month and thats a very very low estimate your looking more like 150k a month. When you start going out a blowing money hand over fist at the club paying for everybody in ihop to eat and who knows how many other chicken head stories he got in his closet then you gotta wear a sign that just say DICK right on your forehead

    • ^

      Fuck you old broke azz nigga lol.

    • Anonymous

      Everybody on unemployment isn't lazy so take that nonsense somewhere else. There's a such thing as a layoff, like an older person who's been working for 18 years and job is now "eliminated", because they want someone young to have that job paying half of what the older person made. And what makes you think they were going to just let Buck set up shop with a lot of work and take their business away?

  • FuKKK Young BuKKK

    Love to see this nigga losing.

  • Anonymous

    "I dont get why people saying buck broke" When you have to resort to selling your underwear, then yes, you're broke.

    • Anonymous

      you seriously thinking that he selling hes underwear by himself? lmfao. buck even bought hes cashville chain back for 30k from guy who auctioned it 12k.. he is not broke... #FUCK IRS

  • Anonymous

    I dont get why people saying buck broke.. if he is not a millionaire, does that mean he BROKE? LOL broke is that you dont have money to eat or anything, and im 100% sure buck haves

  • Anonymous

    "Iverson has a 32m golden parachute when he's 55 and still gets over a million a year now" He's not even an active player lol Why would they just give him $32 mill when he's 55? That makes zero sense but anyway... He went overseas for a few mill, but he doesn't want that either. Iverson (who was a great player btw) is a perfect example of what I'm talking about. He had hundreds of millions, yet sadly blew through most of it. Now nobody wants him, and everytime you hear a story about him it's negative. The same league who profited from him bigtime tossed him aside after his problems started. Nobody can tell a grown adult what to do, but he's a former MVP who did everything but win a title. There has to be a way to reach out to past and present stars who are having money problems. Even if it's offering them a diminished role within the league, or getting them broadcasting jobs somewhere. That's saved alot of people, especially ex NFL stars who are now quietly making millions either as broadcasters or as in studio analysts.

    • Truewinner

      It makes perfect sense dumbass, NBA isnt randomly giving him 30mil.... Iverson smartly had a an account set up with 32 million, he can't withdraw all that money till he's 55. In the meantime he gets paid out a million a year from that account. 32 mil @ 10% return nets him over 3mil a year...so A.I. is far from broke.

  • Anonymous

    "Sprewell REFUSED a golden parachute" You're referring to the $21 million contract he turned down from the T-Wolves back in the day. That was just stupid, but that doesn't change my point. The league throws money at players (even scrubs), and aside from the select handful of superstars who actually invest and do right by their money, most go broke, and I just think the NBA or any other league should either stop giving these dudes crazy cash, or have some type of assistance in place to help them see the bottom before they get there.

  • Anonymous

    "But the commissioner cannot and will never be liable as to HOW you spend your money" Show me where I said he was. All I'm saying is the league throws so much money at these players without regards to anything else. If they get injured. Oh well. Don't have a plan b in life. Oh well. I just think professional sports should look after their players more. Then what they do after that is on them.

  • Anonymous

    Buck bought back his chian and the shit that he wanted!!!! If he didn't buy it back then he didn't want it.

  • Anonymous

    DAMM , YOUNG BUCK AINT STR8 BEASTIN ON THESE NICCAS

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  • Anonymous

    "and they have agents" Maybe there's an agent out there with a conscience, but most make huge money off negotiating player contracts. No, it's the organization offering the money that should front some of the responsibility. They exploit kids out of high school and college for the sake of their league which is global now. When that kid gets older and flames out or gets a fluke injury, then what? I'm sure the commissioner of every league in professional sports has people making sure they never go broke.

    • Anonymous

      But the commissioner cannot and will never be liable as to HOW you spend your money. This seems to escape you. It's up to YOU to have the agent NEGOTIATE that IN the contract. It goes for Hip Hop too. YOU tell them what you want, NOT have them dictate the terms. YOU WILL LOSE. Your parents tried to TEACH you how to spend that allowance, but they were NOT responsible for you blowing it on candy, pizza and a video game while you have holes in your socks and a worn out jacket. YOU decided to spend it all on that junk. I saw the ESPN take the other day, Sprewell REFUSED a golden parachute. He had "mouths to feed". Stephon Marbury negotiated a 25m end of deal contract. How are you going to shame the NBA for Spree when Stephon got his?

    • Anonymous

      smoke me outt dawg

  • Anonymous

    "Is your boss at the company you work for responsible for the way you spend your yearly wages?" You're not thinking outside the box. Rappers aren't "working" for their money. They get money thrown at them for doing as little as showing up to a studio and laying down some lyrics to a song they probably didn't even write. Point is, there should be some responsibility when organizations (like the NBA or a major record label)throw millions at people who obviously don't have the smarts or the maturity to handle their wealth. What if 60 Minutes ran a segment about every NBA player who ever went broke. You don't think the NBA would even indirectly feel a little embarassed by that considering they were the one's who turned a blind eye to what these players did while "off the field"? Even off the field they're representing the league that pays them. They can't hold their hand, but why can't someone reach out to the one's struggling and say, "Do you have a plan B"?

    • Anonymous

      David Faulk from the NBA worked for Iverson, Jordan, AND Walker. Jordan is Jordan, Iverson has a 32m golden parachute when he's 55 and still gets over a million a year now. Walker is broke, no rumor, admittedly broke. Jordan and AI listened to actually sign off. Walker wasn't listening. Yayo and Banks listened, Buck wasn't listening. The lottery offers financial advice and referrals and there's STILL a TV show about people who blew away millions. Buck had every chance in the world to actually sit down with his banker and listen to advice when he was WITHDRAWING cash for that little binge he was about to endeavor on. I can hear Yayo saying "this n***a going blow all his cash".

  • YEBO

    IT'S ALL 50 CENT'S FAULT AND PEOPLE WHO LAUGH AT HIM - SHUT THE FUCK UP. I BET ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS THAT IN 5 YEARS, ALL SUCKERHOUSE MEMBERS WILL HAVE TO SELL THEIR THINGS ON EBAY WITH ONLY ONE DIFFERENCE - NOBODY WILL EVER BUY IT. LIKE THEIR ALBUM.

  • Anonymous

    Damn Buck...Not my ninja Buck! smh

  • fossie

    KEEP YOUR HEAD UP BUCK!!!!!!!!!!

  • Anonymous

    "50 didnt tell the man" It's like giving an arsonist a match. 50 knew Buck well enough to know that there was a great chance he was going to go broke. He didn't have to hold his hand, but don't just throw money his way and watch him self destruct with a smile on your face while uttering I told you so.

    • Anonymous

      Is your boss at the company you work for responsible for the way you spend your yearly wages? No. Powerball isn't responsible for you blowing millions in a five year period. The NBA isn't responsible for Antoine Walker going broke, and they have agents and know bank managers. What you're saying is silly.

  • Anonymous

    i though he was a G so why he is not selling crack on the street and killing people????

    • Anonymous

      I think he was being Ironic here...

    • Anonymous

      Because he's in prison, lol And your point is stupid. Young Buck, and every other artist you see on TV is an entertainer I expect to see 50 Cent shoot people as much as I expect Anthony Hopkins to really be a cannibal

  • Anonymous

    Brutal. I don't care if he brought on himself or not I don't like seeing this happen to anybody.

  • Anonymous

    for anyone curious, before getting locked up buck charges $4000 a verse

  • yoyoma

    actually, its real easy for artists to run through money, its common knowledge in the record industry, they make money, but at the same time all the homes, cars, jewelry, etc they "buy" is actually bought with credit through their record company, then they have to pay the company back, and im a young buck fan, but he was probably the least popular out of gunit besides 50 and banks so prob made the least and 50 screwed him over, sued him for money that 50 doesnt need

    • Anonymous

      Why you still talking to your buddy's ex wife ? Don't you have any codes you bitch

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  • Anonymous

    all the shit talking he did about "broke niggaz" on albums like buck the world too... stupid motherfucker.

  • Wa-Gwan UK

    @the first Anonymous to post You can't say: "he 'must of' made some real fucked up choices"...he must HAVE made some real... You could have, she would have, they should've.. but not 'must of'. Makes no sense, thing about what you're saying...this is one of those words that you dont spell like you pronounce Spread the message fellow hip-hop heads!

  • Anonymous

    How do you blow through $10 million dollars? I bet Buck asks himself that everyday. I bet all the inmates ask him. The guards. The people serving the beans.

  • Anonymous

    I feel sorry for this guy , regardless of his music. he must of made some real fucked up choices....he got to live the weird morality high life for awhile at least.

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