Most felons that get caught with a weapon get an automatic 10 years especially if it’s a rapper but Young Buck has been granted to serve both sentences concurrently on August 13, resulting in an 18 month sentence. In addition to reporting to prison, the judge also summoned Brown to court-ordered supervision for three years upon his release for his two counts of weapons charge.
“With the judge not considering my history to subtract some time, I’m just thankful for what time I do have,” he told NBC affiliate WSMV-TV. ”I’ve had some rough times. I’ve been fighting the bankruptcy situation, and there were some court situations. My pride is through the roof.”
He has struggled since 2008 to get his life on track after he was forced out of G-Unit and won’t have much once he does get out as he is being forced to sell everything due to bankruptcy case with the IRS. He will definitely have a lot to write about however as his trials and tribulations keep adding up from his girlfriend getting injured in drive-by shooting and being evicted from his house he might just be able to write a book while doing his time.
I wish him the best and pray it is a lesson learned as the business of hiphop just isn’t the same anymore. Watch your back and cut your lawn.
Give him a shot out @YoungBuck!