Young Buck is back in headlines again, this time for being indicted in Nashville, Tennessee.
As previously reported, the IRS auctioned off several off his personal items after he faced a $300,000 tax lien.
Since then the ex G-Unit rapper filed for bankruptcy and reportedly sued 50 Cent for a contract dispute.
Now after moving past his money woes, Buck is in even more trouble after being indicted on a federal gun charge.
According to Nashville’s WSMV News, Buck, real name David Darnell Brown, has been charged with being a convicted felon in possession of a .40-caliber pistol and ammunition.
Buck reportedly plead not guilty to the charge and is out on bond.
He must surrender his passport as terms of his release.
Buck was previously convicted of stabbing a man at the 2004 VIBE awards and can no longer carry a gun or ammunition.
Hip-Hop pioneer Doug E. Fresh owes
over $2 million in taxes. The IRS
filed a lien against him with the
New York City register’s office in
October for his $2,276, 848 debt.
Uncle Sam is going after someone
new this year – Kelly Rowland. The
former Destiny’s Child singer owes
$98,634 in back taxes. The
government filed a lien against
her. Rowland now joins the list of
music stars the government is after,
including Toni Braxton, Omarion and
Snoop Dogg, among others.