Earlier today, Young Buck released a clip on his youtube channel and he makes an announcement that he has been sentenced to time in prison, and he will have to turn himself in two months from now.
Young Buck announces the prison time, as he says:
“I gotta go to the penitentiary in like 2 months, so if you f*ck with me for real — hold me down.”
“When I get out, all you rap n*ggas better get the f*ck out the way. I’m not even about to say no names, but it’s a good thing [for them] that I’m about to go to the penitentiary. When I get out it’s on”
Even though the former G-Unit rapper states that he will have to serve time, he doesn’t reveal how much time he will have to serve or the reason for his sentence, but most likely the prison bid stems from the federal charges he was hit with for being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm when his Nashville home was raided by the IRS in 2010.
Watch the clip of Young Buck revealing his prison sentence, below:
Updated: Details revealed in Young Buck’s prison sentence.
As TMZ reports, Young Buck has agreed to serve 18 months in prison for gun possession, following the 2010 raid on his Nashville home.
As the plea deal states, Buck agreed to plead guilty to possessing firearms and ammunition as a convicted felon.
Young Buck will be formally sentenced to 18 months behind bars on July 13th.