Young Buck has been sentenced to seven months in jail for violating the terms of
his supervised release and probation following his arrest last month.
According to Billboard
, David Rivera, U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee, revealed the news, and Buck later seemed to confirm it on Instagram after appearing in court on Wed., Aug. 10.
“Things ain’t go as [planned] today,” the former G-Unit member
wrote in the caption. “Lost my freedom again. Lord knows how much I’m gonna miss my mother, children, my girl, my real friends an family.”
The Nashville Scene reports that Buck has had several run-ins with the law this year. In March, he allegedly threatened one of his children’s mother’s fianceés, which resulted in him being brought to court and ordered not to violate any law while pending a final hearing on that violation.
Then last month, he was arrested for threatening to burn down his ex-girlfriend’s apartment and kicking down her door. Rivera said Buck “wanted to get certain property out of that woman’s house and was told that the property was not there.”
Reportedly, once he was released
following that incident under the conditions that he wouldn’t have any direct or indirect contact with her, he failed to comply, and tried to contact her more than 100 times.
Buck said he wants 50 Cent, Tony Yayo and Lloyd Banks to hold him down, along with all of his fans and promised to keep everyone updated.