The former G-Unit member was sentenced to the term in Nashville on Wednesday for violating the conditions of his supervised release and probation on an arrest from last month with pending domestic assault and vandalism charges.Buck -- real name David Darnell Brown -- also violated the conditions of a three-year supervised release stemming back to November 2013 after serving time for firearms charges by using marijuana and providing a false urine sample.Young Buck Says He's a Taylor Swift Fan, Wants a Collaboration Buck's troubles with the law have been ongoing this year.
Buck posted a message to Instagram on Wednesday, saying, "Things ain't go as plan today. Lord knows how much I'm gonna miss my Mother,children,my girl,my Real friends and family."Things ain't go as plan today. Lord knows how much I'm gonna miss my Mother,children,my girl,my Real friends and family. No sooner he became the master of the trade and started rapping for studio.It was during this time that he was given an opportunity to perform by Cash Money Records.After being dismissed from the group back in 2008, Buck reunited with his former group members on June 1, 2014, at Hot 97's Summer Jam event. A few years later, he performed for Brian "Baby" Williams, co-founder of Cash Money.After several years on and off of Cash Money, Brown and fellow rapper Juvenile decided to leave the label for good in 2000 One of his early appearances was on the song "Memphis," where he was featured along with Three 6 Mafia, Project Pat, and other southern rappers.A Nashville native, Young Buck, whose real name is David Brown, gained national publicity as a member of G-Unit, a group led by Grammy award-winning rapper 50 Cent.