It’s just one thing after another for Young Buck; over the weekend it was reported that he will have to serve time in prison, now the rapper has been evicted from his Tennessee mansion.

As reported by TMZ, on May 16th, Buck was ordered to vacate his 5000 sq foot Tennessee home on account of his unpaid taxes totaling over $300k.

Inside sources have told the entertainment publication, since the eviction, Buck has been seen removing items and carrying boxes of his stuff from the residence.

As of press time, details surrounding the eviction are unclear, but recent court documents show that the judge in Buck’s bankruptcy case signed off on the sale of the house, and ordered that the proceeds from the sale of the mansion will go towards paying off his debt to the IRS.

Young Buck or representatives for the rapper have been unavailable for comment on the eviction.