The IRS Thinks That Young Buck Is a No-Talent Hack with or without the Royal Copenhagen Bear Figurines

The IRS also doesn’t buy the rapper’s attempt to tie the success of his work to the missing assets, questioning the necessity of having “Royal Copenhagen bear figurines” and the afore-mentioned soda machine [Titans!] and games around in order to write hip-hop tunes. [WSJ]

The IRS also doesn’t buy the rapper’s attempt to tie the success of his work to the missing assets, questioning the necessity of having “Royal Copenhagen bear figurines” and the afore-mentioned soda machine [Titans!] and games around in order to write hip-hop tunes. [WSJ]

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