Young Buck Sentenced To 3 Years In Prison On Weapons Charges


NASHVILLE, Tenn.- Nashville-based rapper, Young Buck, has been sentenced to 18 months in prison on gun charges.

The artist, whose real name is David Darnell Brown, pleaded guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition. After he gets out of prison, he’ll be on supervised release for three years.

Later this month, the IRS will auction off thousands of dollars’ worth of jewelry, art, and recording equipment seized from his home, for non-payment of taxes.

2 Responses to “Young Buck Sentenced To 3 Years In Prison On Weapons Charges”

  1. TIKI Says:

    People have to learn to do better in life. That goes for me too but on a different page and level. He messed up big time with 50 and I bet he stil be thinking about that a lot. When you have someone who’s in your corner you can’t get jealous or whatever the situation was and go all wacky and wacked out. Never bite the hand that feeds you especially when you know he has that magic touch and intelligence of making money and everything else that will take you to another successful level. We live and learn. At least some people learn from their mistakes and try to do better other people don’t know how to evolve in life.

  2. A.V.E. Says:

    This made me think about my own situation, and when I had to cop a plea, but that was due to my grandfather the late James Kenneth Dorsey and even what the rapper Pliers said (a public defender don’t get you s**t, but a long trip). “All that’s behind [sic] me now”, and I’m looking forward to spending time with my “Project Princess”.

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