Tennessee rapper Young Buck, who is currently serving out an 18-month prison sentence on charges for possession of a gun by a convicted felon, will be released from prison in the coming days.
According to new reports around the web, former G-Unit rapper Young Buck will allegedly be a free man on October 1st after serving nearly 14-months of an 18-month prison term, which he began serving on August 6th, 2012.
The rapper’s prison stint stemmed from a conviction on two separate gun possession counts following a 2010 IRS raid of his Nashville home.
Buck was initially sentenced to 3-years in federal prison, but the judge in his case allowed him to serve his two counts concurrently, which cut his term in half.
After his release from federal prison, Young Buck will continue to be on supervised probation for 3 years.