According to Billboard, Young Buck violated his probation when he got arrested last month (July 21) and subsequently will serve months seven months in jail. The ruling stemmed from a text a message that Buck’s ex- girlfriend received from the 35- year- old, and took it to the police. The text included a threat that Buck would set her house on fire.
After being released on $5,000 bond, he was arrested again a week later because this detention was ruled a probation violation. According to The Fader, Young Buck’s manager confirmed he would be appealing his sentence.