|Posted by Compton Gage on September 9, 2010 at 12:17 AM|
Young Buck is planning to sue 50 Cent to get released from his contract with G-Unit Records.
His lawyer Lynda Jones sent a statement to Nashville’s The City Pagesaying that Buck, whose real name is David Darnell Brown, intends topayoff his bankruptcy and sue 50 Cent .
“Mr. Brown intends to reorganize his debts and pay off the IRS in a timely manner through Chapter 13. We hope to secure thereturn of his personal property quickly. He will also be filing a
lawsuit in the next 30-60 days against his former manager, G Unit label
and Mr. Curtis Jackson.
“There are a few procedural hurdles we need to address in handling these matters, but they will ironed out shortly. I will beassociating attorneys Amy Everhart and Jennifer Lawson for the litigation. Both have excellent experience.”
Young Buck has been trying to get off the label and release a new album since 2007.
In a filing with Nashville’s U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Young Buck citedas a $5 million contingent his claim against Bruce Seckendorf, G UnitInc., Curtis Jackson III and Michael Clervoix.