By Hayden Wright
Young Buck’s year of legal trouble has culminated in a seven-month sentence for various probation violations. While he faces charges for domestic assault and vandalism, authorities monitored him under a supervised release. In March, he allegedly threatened the fiance of one of his children’s mother, followed by charges that he threatened to burn an ex-girlfriend’s house down last month. After being ordered not to break further laws or contact that ex-girlfriend, he did so more than 100 times, reported Billboard.
Additionally, Young Buck was found in violation of probation stemming from his 2013 arrest for firearms possession, a drug offense, and providing a false urine sample. On balance, a Nashville judge determined that Buck should serve seven months in jail.
The rapper posted an Instagram photo to update fans about his situation:
“Things ain’t go as plan today,” he wrote, posing with a supercar. “Lost my freedom again. Lord knows how much I’m gonna miss my Mother, children, my girl, my Real friends and family.”
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🙏🏾