Young Buck was reportedly arrested by police in Tennessee on Thursday night after he threatened to burn down his ex-girlfriend's apartment.
According to TMZ, Buck was picked up by authorities after his ex told the police that he had texted her with a threat earlier in the week. He reportedly then showed up to her apartment and kicked down the door, but left before doing anything inside of her home.
The rapper was arrested and taken into custody for a few hours before he was released on a $5,000 bond. The incident sounds like it was over before anything truly terrible happened, but the bust could still mean very bad news for Buck who is reportedly on federal probation. This arrest could mean he violated his probation, which could land him back in more trouble.
Interestingly enough, Buck was back to posting to social media as usual as early as Friday morning and let his fans know that he was back in the studio with no mention of Thursday night's events. "#StudioFriday FOR #FeaturesEMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org OR@charlie1080p FOR THE BUSINESS 💯 FIRST COME...FIRST SERVED...#10bodiesmixtape💀🔫🔫 YA HEARD🔥🔥🔥!!! Booking First #10 Verses My Self...💯!!"
It's definitely good to see Buck focusing back on the music. The most recent release we've had from the rapper was his protest track, "Riot," that he released in the wake of the deaths Alton Sterling and Philando Castile where he unleashed his anger about the senseless deaths.
Young Buck's camp did not immediately return Complex's request for comment.