West Coast rapper Game is letting fans know he’s still around. The hip-hop veteran has come forward to update supporters on his whereabouts after appearing to go ghost from social media.
Game x Update
On Wednesday, the Los Angeles native hit up Instagram with a personal message to his followers. While he didn’t go into details about what family issue he’s been going through, Game did use himself as an example of pushing through any life obstacle.
“I know I haven’t been posting as I usually do…. but here’s a after the workout selfie… Myself & my family have had a rough past few days but I’m living proof that you can survive almost anything if you keep the faith. Wishing all who read this post love & light.” -Game’s Instagram
Recently, Game went online to extend his hand to his former G-Unit group member Young Buck. In addition to acknowledging they hadn’t talked in some time, Game promised to send him money to help out with any financial crunches.
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According to recent reports, Buck’s financial situation came to light in amended bankruptcy documents filed in June. The paperwork claimed Buck owed over $50,000 to the IRS and more than $100,000 in child support.
Despite being a member of one of the most popular hip hop groups of the mid-2000s, Young Buck said that he has NO property, money in the bank, cash on hand, barely any assets, and owns just $100 in clothes and $100 in jewelry. Things are so bad that he has to rely on his girlfriend for his basic day to day needs; he drives her car and uses her household goods in the home they share, his court papers state. (Bossip)
Before You Go
In May 2020, buzz developed about Buck Marley filing for bankruptcy in January. The rap heavyweight had also remained behind bars without bail for a past crime.
The rapper lists his main creditors as the mothers of his six kids, the Georgia Department of Human Services and the IRS. The move could be a shrewd business tactic on behalf of Young Buck, who is disputing an undisclosed amount of money owed to 50 Cent and G-Unit. Young Buck is asking to “reject any and all executory contracts with G-Unit and/or Curtis Jackson.” Young Buck did pretty well for himself despite his contractual dispute with Fif, since he earned just under $100,000 a year between 2017 and 2019. (AHH)