G-Unit Related Graffiti Found On Homes
Police in Nashville,
TN found graffiti sprawled on several homes in
what looked like preparations for a music video for Nashville rapper, Young Buck.
Police believe that fans of the artist had painted "G-Unit $outh" on
buildings to support him and the video.
Young Buck, real name David Darnell Brown, grew up at J.C Napier Homes, where the graffiti was found.
A resident told investigators, "If G-Unit is on the building. That's what they are talking about. That's Young Buck."
It's rumored that the video will be shooting in his old neighborhood to show where he's come from. Some of the people in the J.C Napier community said the fans could've found a better way to show their support.
"Why would you write on that like, mess our whole building up? They could make like T-shirts, posters; they can make all types of different stuff," Young Buck fan, Maria Morgan said.
Metro police stated that if anyone is caught putting graffiti on any building is a crime that carries a possible sentence of a year in jail. The Metropolitan Housing Authority officials said it will take about three days to remove all of the graffiti and will cost $1,000.
The video shoot was set to take place Tuesday, July 17. No word on any further complications.