(AllHipHop News) Tax documents related to the raid of rapper Young Buck's home have hit the Internet. The IRS raided the former G-Unit rapper's home on August 3rd, to satisfy a $300,000 tax bill from 2008-2009. Among the items IRS agents seized included a $31,000 chain, watches, recording studio equipment, furniture and other items. But all is not lost for Young Buck. According to the Nashville's City Paper, Young Buck filed for bankruptcy protection shortly after the raid, listing $6 million in assets and liabilities under $1 million. Sources stated the IRS raid and bankruptcy may have opened a path for Young Buck to finally find a new recording home and free him from his deal with G-Unit.