Young Buck can’t seem to get out of legal troubles lately as he has been arrested once again for acting rashly and causing damage. The Metro Nashville Police charged rapper Young Buck with vandalism charges.

Young Buck was released on a $1,000 bond from the Davidson County jail after he was taken into custody on Wednesday. The authorities said he did damage to his ex-girlfriend’s vehicle in rage. As a result, the police were called and he was taken into custody.

The woman told authorities that she didn’t answer the door when Young Buck arrived at the residence. He then began to kick the front door before eventually departing. She observed her vehicle, which had been parked in her driveway, had been damaged on the driver and passenger sides.

Authorities verified the damage to the vehicle and said that the incident had been recorded on a security camera. Police said Young Buck was subsequently pulled over on a traffic stop and arrested in connection with the incident. He was booked into jail prior to 6:45 a.m. and let out on bail prior to 10 a.m. Wednesday.

Young Buck was previously arrested in October of 2020 in connection with domestic assault. He was arrested in December of 2019 on a fugitive from justice warrant over a charge of child abandonment he got in Georgia. In 2016 he received a seven-month federal prison sentence in connection to a probation violation linked to a case of verbal assault from his former girlfriend.

The rapper seems to like being on the wrong side of things as he always ends up in situations like these. Assaulting, damaging property, etc. are quite serious charges for someone to catch. He needs to curb his actions or else this might lead to something even worse in the future.

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Anirban Biswas

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