Last week, former G-Unit rapper, Young Buck, was arrested in Ashland City, Tennessee on an outstanding felony fugitive from justice warrant from Newton County, Georgia. He was placed behind bars on December 20th and he’s being held without bond in Cheatham County, Tennessee. He will remained incarcerated after spending Christmas in his cell of the “chronically overcrowded jail” while he awaits his extradition to Georgia for his court date on May 7th, 2020.

However, it has been verified by The Cheatham County Sheriff’s Office that Young Buck, whose real name is David Darnell Brown, that he has been charged with child abandonment. To reach out to Buck, fans and supporters can sign up for a Securus account and “visit” the rapper over live video chat. The website also allows those who wish to show their support to send him written messages as well as load money into his account so that he is able to respond. The system also allows for images to be sent directly to him.

Before Buck was placed in jail, he was in the middle of a heated back-and-forth between himself and former G-Unit companion, 50 Cent, who was relentlessly mocking Buck for supposedly being in a relationship with a transgender woman. 50 has yet to make any comments on Buck’s arrest.