The terms of Young Buck’s probation have been announced, according to Bossip.
The G-Unit rapper will have to complete 30 days in rehab and 100 hours of community service.
Young Buck will also pay a series of fines and costs related to his case. He’ll also be on probation for at least the next 18 months.
The Nashville, Tennessee artist will also have to provide DNA testing to his parole officer and is ordered to neither own nor carry a firearm.
Buck is also required to stay 90 days at a community correction center once his stint in rehab is complete.
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In Nashville federal court last week, Young Buck pled guilty violating the conditions of his supervision after faking a drug test and was sentenced to a fine, probation, drug treatment and community service, according to ThisIs50.
The G-Unit rapper’s legal team recommended the conditions of his sentence to the judge.
“This was a fair result, most importantly, because Buck was spared any prison time and permitted to get back on the road to perform and make new music,” his attorney, Scott Leemon, said to ThisIs50. “In fact, he went right from court to go meet 50 on his Effen vodka tour.”
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Young Buck might be headed back to jail.
The website reports that a probation officer caught Young Buck trying to fake his test by “using a tube to shoot a ‘yellow substance’ into his drug testing cup.”
The rapper confessed to smoking only after trying to blame second-hand smoke.
The website says Young Buck had previously passed 21 drug tests leading back to November 2013.
In October of that year, he was released from prison after serving time for weapons charges.
At the time, he had a falling out with 50 Cent. Now, two years later, G-Unit is back in action.
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