Young Buck Sentenced To Seven Months In Jail, Plans To Appeal Decision
Young Buck reportedly violated his probation when he got arrested last month (July 21), and subsequently will serve seven months in jail.
According to Billboard, Young Buck violated his probation when he got arrested last month (July 21), and subsequently will serve seven months in jail. The ruling stemmed from a text message that Buck’s ex-girlfriend received from the 35-year-old, and took it to the police. The text included a threat that Buck would set her house on fire. The Nashville native reportedly went to her apartment and kicked her door down.
The "Shorty Wanna Ride" rapper took to Instagram to tell the fans he would be going away.
Things ain't go as plan today. Lost my freedom again. Lord knows how much I'm gonna miss my Mother,children,my girl,my Real friends and family. I want @50cent @tonyyayo @kiddkiddrllnr @lloydbanks AND ALL MY FANS TO HOLD ME DOWN!!!!!! 💯💯!!!!! See y'all soon...?🏾STAY UP...AND @charlie1080p WILL KEEP YALL UPDATED..GOTTA GO🙏🏾
After being released on $5,000 bond, he was arrested again a week later because this detention was ruled a probation violation. According to The Fader, Young Buck's manager confirmed he would be appealing his sentence.
Fellow G-Unit members Tony Yayo and 50 Cent showed support for their homie on Instagram.
The Straight Outta Cashville rapper is coming off the successful release of his mixtape hosted by DJ Drama and DJ Whoo Kid, titled 10 Bodies.