The Internal Revenue Service is auctioning off a collection of rap singer Young Buck’s mementos, including gold and platinum records, a poster of the Al Pacino movie “Scarface,” and Royal Copenhagen white bear figurines.

The auction is scheduled to take place on Oct. 28, according to The Tennessean. The IRS raided the hip hop performer’s home in August and seized the items, claiming that he owes over $300,000 in delinquent taxes for 2006 to 2008 (see IRS Seized $31,00 Watch and Scarface Poster from Rapper Young Buck’s Home). The rapper, whose real name is David Darnell Brown, blamed his accountants, lawyers and managers for mismanaging his finances.

Other items up for auction include a Bentley diamond-encrusted wrist watch, a faux fur men’s coat with “YB Cashville” stitched inside, a Ms. Pacman video game, a necklace attached to a “615 Cashville Records” medallion, a handcrafted Nigerian snakeskin purse, studio recording equipment, and LCD and plasma televisions.

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