Rapper Young Buck Faces 10 Years in Prison For Firearm Possession
Rapper Young Buck Faces 10 Years in Prison For Firearm Possession

Rapper Young Buck is facing up to ten years in jail; he's being charged with being a convicted felon in possession of a .40-caliber pistol and ammunition.

In 2004, the former G-Unit member was charged and convicted of stabbing a man at the Vibe Awards in Calif., thus, he can no longer carry a gun or ammunition.

Young Buck, born David Darnell Brown, pleaded not guilty to the charge and although he is currently out on bond, he must surrender his passport. The judge is allowing the rapper to post $100,000 bond by the end of this week to get his passport back in order to travel to Canada for a previously-scheduled performance there.

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