Rapper Young Buck arrested in Sumner County just two days after being shot at by girlfriend
David Darnell Brown, who goes by the stage name Young Buck, was arrested and taken into custody at Sumner County Jail Thursday for Domestic Assault, Unlawful Carrying or Possession of a weapon, and Vandalism over $10,000.
As of Friday, Brown was still in custody on $60,000 bond. Little information has been released about the arrest, but the public assumes it is in connection with Tuesday’s arrest of Young Buck’s girlfriend, Lucrecia Neil.
Reports that Ms. Neil fired a weapon at Brown led to her arrest on the charge of reckless endangerment with a weapon. She was released the same day on $3,500 bond.
Former member of 50 Cent’s group, G-Unit, Young Buck dropped a new video earlier this month of his new single “So Do I” with lyrics that include “Can’t come here, we fucking 50 up” and touts that he is just as gangsta as others who proclaim to be. Earlier this year, Young Buck addressed 50 Cent after being released from jail.
News of Brown’s altercation with Neal caught the attention of 50 Cent who took to his thoughts to twitter, saying “better stop playing with them boys, on IG Buck she want YOUR pass word.” 50 was also in the news recently for his tweets about the presidential candidates.
😆Better stop playing with them boys, on Ig Buck she want YOUR pass word. LOL pic.twitter.com/NlK88HVvfx
— 50cent (@50cent) October 22, 2020
‘Buck’ ing the system
This isn’t the first time the Tennessee native has been in legal trouble. Less than a year ago Brown spent Christmas in Cheatham County Jail on a fugitive warrant in Georgia that stemmed from a child abandonment charge.
In 2016 Brown was arrested for vandalism after reportedly kicking in an ex-girlfriend’s door. In August of the same year he was sentenced to 7 months in prison. U.S. Attorney David Rivera said Brown admitted to violating the conditions of his supervised release and probation in two federal cases in court.
Brown pled guilty in 2015 to willfully falsifying, concealing, and covering up by trick, scheme, and device, material facts regarding his possession and use of marijuana, by providing a false urine sample and by falsely telling a United States Probation Officer that he had not used a controlled substance.
Basically, he tried to pass a drug test with someone else’s urine. He was sentenced 18 months probation.
In 2013 the former G-Unit rapper was convicted of being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm and unlawful possession of ammunition for which he was sentenced to 18 months in prison and 3 years of supervised release.