In 2011 alone, Young Buck has battled with bankruptcy and weapons possessions charges. Now, the Nashville, Tennessee native is facing more legal trouble after a suspicious traffic stop in Indiana. 

According to The Tennessean, the former G-Unit rapper— born David Darnell Brown — was traveling along with a second car when cops attempted to pull him over but the second car immediately fled the scene. Buck claimed innocence, telling the police that he “was traveling with people allegedly for purposes of business, but did not know their identities.” Police deemed that his statements were not sufficient evidence.

A local judge has granted the rapper freedom until Wednesday (June 15th) when he will be required to turn over any information about the passengers in the second vehicle. Back in March, he was released on $100,000 bond after being charged with felony possession of a handgun and ammunition. He is currently allowed to travel for concerts but his speeding ticket in Georgia, as well as his recent run-in, may put an end to that.

Earlier this year, Buck’s financial issues with the IRS doubled when G-Unit Records CEO, 50 Cent, threatened to sue him if he breached contract during bankruptcy proceedings.

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