Young Buck Is Facing Five Years for Faking It

ATLANTA, GA - AUGUST 20:  Young Buck attends at Gold Room on August 20, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo: Prince Williams/WireImage)

Young Buck Is Facing Five Years for Faking It

The rappers recent antics are piss poor.

Published August 24, 2015

Unfortunately for Young Buck, the buck stops here.

The G-Unit rapper could be heading back to jail for faking his court-ordered urine test. According to TMZ, Buck's P.O., the G-Unit member allegedly entered the courthouse concealing a plastic bag with clean urine, transferring it into a sample cup via a small tube.

In case you didn’t know, falsifying court-ordered documents/exams is punishable up to five years in jail.

Last May, Buck confessed that he violated his probation when he had a smoke session with Uncle Snoop while on the road.

Go figure. 

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(Photo: Prince Williams/WireImage)

Written by George Chapman Jr.

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